Sending mails through Outlook

I'm using OfficePartner components trying to automatically send mails through Outlook.
Everything works fine except 2 pop-up messages from Outlook wich signals something like a virus. How can I get rid of these two pop-ups? Is there a way setting some more component's properties or it's an Outlook issue? Is there a way to fix that?

Thanks
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illusion_chaserCommented:
I do not think that you can simply remove that message, as it was added for security reasons.

But there are some resources about Outlook programming:
http://www.yoraispage.com/articles/20050625.asp
http://www.add-in-express.com/free-addins/delphi-outlook-addin.php
http://www.outlookcode.com/d/comaddins.htm
illusion_chaserCommented:
I do not think that you can simply remove that message, as it was added for security reasons.

But there are some resources about Outlook programming:
http://www.yoraispage.com/articles/20050625.asp
http://www.add-in-express.com/free-addins/delphi-outlook-addin.php
http://www.outlookcode.com/d/comaddins.htm
pcsentinelCommented:
It is entirely an Outlook issue introduced by microsoft to combat mails containing sensitive information being sent without the knowledge of the user
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calinutzCommented:
If you look through the settings/options of Outlook you will see a line that says something like:
"Warn me if other programs try to send emails as me"
If you uncheck that then you will not receive that message again...
calinutzCommented:
Look it up somewhere in the "Security" area...
:-)
calinutzCommented:
But if you do not have access to the end-user's computer... you shouyld probabely try to send the emails with indy... it's a lot easyer even if it does not require Outlook (I never liked Outlook... it's full of flaws and bugs)
Cheers :-)
carcotasuAuthor Commented:
I have full acces to computer (pentru tine calinutz), but I think it's not posible to remove this protection, I it's posible if intercept handle forms and sendmessage(key) to the handle, but it's not very nice, time it's too long to send each mail, I have 300 mails to send automatic. I find another solution, I send mail via server SMTP, works well.

Tnx for yours help
EugeneK-biruzaCommented:
I would recommend Add-in express at http://www.devarchive.com/f2263.html

Not only for Outlook, but for entire Microsoft Office

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EugeneK-biruzaCommented:
Is you question answered?
EugeneK-biruzaCommented:
Is your problem resolved? Maybe it would be fair to split points between guys who tried to help?
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