Warning comes up when linking program to Outlook rule ??

Posted on 2006-03-30
Last Modified: 2010-05-01

I have a small program that I have set to run whenever an e-mail comes in through a specific account. It works well, but the problem is I get a message saying that "A program is trying to access e-mail addresses you have stored in Outlook. Do you want to allow this ?"

The problem is that I HAVE to click yes twice beofre this program is allowed to run, which pretty much defeats the purpose as I want it to run automatically.

I have tried to set Macros \ Security to low but has no effect. Is there something else I need to do

Question by:GianniP
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    Accepted Solution

    Hi GianniP,

    You will need a thirdparty tool, such as ClickYes (which "autoclicks" the security warning), or possibly use Redemption
    to tell Outlook what you are doing is "safe".



    Author Comment

    That sucks

    Is there no way to do it via Outlook?? seems a bit weird

    Author Comment

    Excellent..just tried clickyes and works like a bomb!

    Nice one, thanks
    LVL 92

    Expert Comment

    by:Patrick Matthews
    You're welcome :)

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