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Trying to send emails out of Outlook with another account

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Hi,

I've got an app that runs as a scheduled task. This app needs to send reports to few users. Whenever this apps is trying to send a message, Outlook displays a message saying that another person is trying to send a message from Outlook and prompting to click OK or cancel. Since this is a scheduled task, how can I turn this warning message off?

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Greetings, ServerManagementTeam !

Use ClickYes to auto click throught the warning
http://www.contextmagic.com/express-clickyes/

Best wishes!
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Hi,

Thanks for that but i am actually looking for something within Outlook. Any idea?

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by:war1
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This is a security warning built into Outlook 2003.  There is nothing natively within Outlook to turn it off.  The only way is to use ClickYes addin to auto step through the warning.
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kjanicke earned 500 total points
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War1 is right and here's the microsoft quote.

When programs like Microsoft ActiveSync® or Palm Desktop attempt to access your contact information so that you can synchronize your personal digital assistant (PDA), you are notified that "A program is trying to access e-mail addresses you have stored in Outlook." You get this message because the Outlook Address Book is guarded programmatically for security reasons. This is to prevent viruses from taking over your address book without your permission and spreading themselves using e-mail addresses in your Contacts folder.

In general, you cannot prevent this caution from appearing. You should not get this message if your synchronization software is a trusted add-in that can properly identify itself to Outlook as a safe program. Check with your synchronization software vendor.
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Thanks!!
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ServerManagementTeam,

Since I posted the correct answer first, should I not get the points?
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I concur ... War1 should probably get the points ... or at least a split .... 90% to 10% ... becuase i did provide a little added info.

Shouldn't these questions be posted elsewhere tho?  
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