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Mapi and Outlook Warning message

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I'm using outlook 2000 to send email from another software using mapi. I usually do send 200-300 a day and its annoying outlook message .
How to prevent message "Another program is trying to send E-mail in your behalf..." that Microsoft Outlook displays when you try to send a mail using MAPI? Every time I'm sending an E-Mail from my program i have to wait five seconds and then click Yes to send the mail. It's very annoying and I'm also making automatic sending every 20 min, but if you have to click Yes to confirm sending then It's not automatic, right?
I know outlook express we can disable it, how can we do it on outlook2000
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There are a few things you could try,

First, do you have any control over the other application?  Can you use something besides Simple MAPI?  The reason I ask is because there isn't a way to disable the warning, you have to use a better way to send mail, as detailed here -> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/262701/

Of course, you could always fudge it with something like ClickYes if you really wanted to -> http://www.contextmagic.com/express-clickyes/

There is also this, which looks similar to the above, but is a script -> http://pubs.logicalexpressions.com/pub0009/LPMArticle.asp?ID=604

-red
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