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A program is trying to send a email on your behalf

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A program is trying to send a email on your behalf.  I have created a simple macro in access and want to send an email with this message popping up.  I used click yes but am worried abou the security of it.  I am a little rusty on my VB skills so any help would be great.

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An alternative to using ClickYes is to use Outlook Redemption. That way you can handle the security in your code and not worry about ClickYes just letting anything go out...

http://www.dimastr.com/redemption/
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mkurtzhals,

Try sending the same through OutlookExpress instead.

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