Not an original, but --> Error: A program is trying to access email addresses you have stored in outlook. Do you want to allow this?

Posted on 2006-05-06
Last Modified: 2010-04-08

I have read many other questions with similar titles but in our case is Office 2002 SP3, Office XP Pro and happens when using Word as the e-mail editor. It happend right after opening Outlook and trying to create, reply or forward a message.

Surpringly, you can authorize access for 1 minute and work all day. The problem is that Word will hang eventually.

Any ideas?

BTX, PC is using XP Pro full up-to-date. All office updates have been applied.
Question by:phermi
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    Greetings, phermi !

    The error message is the result of security update by Microsoft.  You can auto click through it with ClickYes utility

    You can use Advanced Security to remove the warning

    Best wishes!
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    Thanks, war1

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