I HAVE to disable the damn security warnings in outlook 2002

I need to send email from Access via vb code that I already have working, EXCEPT for the well-intentioned but nonetheless asinine warnings from outlook about "A program is trying to...).

I am about to shoot the computer. I have been dealing with this issue trying to find a workaround, and they all invlove wafting through four hundred different web pages of tips and instructions. There HAS to be an easier way. Any ideas? Thanks.
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IvaSoftConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Try to use Redemption library:

Dufo G. BelskiRetired bureaucrat/desktop supportCommented:
horstuffAuthor Commented:
Thanks, but it doesn't seem to do what I need. I downloaded and installed it, but I still get the error "A program is trying to automatically send email on your behalf".
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Do any of these help:
OL2002: VBA Code Does Not Run, or Causes Security Warning to Appear

Administrator information about E-mail security features

You may receive a security warning message when you use the SendObject macro action or the SendObject method in Access 2002 and in Access 2003

Read closely the second and third links. This may be what you want.

Hope this helps.
horstuffAuthor Commented:
We do not use Exchange Server, and our mails come into our own .pst folders, so i don't think any of those links will solve my issue.
We use a product called Express ClickYes from ContextMagic.com - it's free and works really well with the scripting bits and pieces we've had setup.

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