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Why do I get a clean email generated with an ADP file using SQL Server and when I use the same code with an MDB file I get a warning ?

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I am developing an Access 2003 application using an MDB file. In this application I am attempting to generate emails.

Why do I get a clean email generated with an ADP file using SQL Server and when I use the same code with an MDB file I get the warning as follows:

Microsoft Office Outlook.
A program is trying to access email addresses you have stored in outlook. Do you want to allow this ?
If this is unexpected, it may be a virus and you should choose "No".

allow access for
Yes     No     Help

How can I eliminate this warning message from appearing when I generate an email from my MDB file ?



My code is in the attached code snippet.
Private Sub Command591_Click()

  Dim rsList As ADODB.Recordset

  Dim rsBranch As ADODB.Recordset

  Dim cn As ADODB.Connection

  Dim cn2 As ADODB.Connection

  Dim iMsg As Object

  Dim iConf As Object

  Dim Flds As Object

  Dim strTo, strCC, strBCC, strFrom, strSub, strFile, strBody, strBank As String

  Dim strBankName

  Dim strSQL As String

  

  strBankName = "BONY"

  Set rsList = New ADODB.Recordset

  Set rsList = New ADODB.Recordset

  Set rsBranch = New ADODB.Recordset

  Set cn = CurrentProject.Connection

  Set cn2 = CurrentProject.Connection

  Set iMsg = CreateObject("CDO.Message")

  Set iConf = CreateObject("CDO.Configuration")

  Set Flds = iConf.Fields

  With Flds

       .Item("http://schemas.microsoft.com/cdo/configuration/sendusing") = 2

       .Item("http://schemas.microsoft.com/cdo/configuration/smtpserver") = "mta-hub.ms.com"

       .Item("http://schemas.microsoft.com/cdo/configuration/smtpserverport") = 76

       .Update

  End With

  DoCmd.Hourglass True

  With rsList

    'strSQL = "SELECT bankEmail, toEmail, ccEmail, bccEmail, fromEmail, subEmail, fileEmail, bodyEmail from tblEmail where bankEmail = " & "'" & strBankName & "'"

    .Open "SELECT bankEmail, toEmail, ccEmail, bccEmail, fromEmail, subEmail, fileEmail, bodyEmail from tblEmail where bankEmail = " & "'" & strBankName & "'", cn, 2, 2

    strBank = .Fields("bankEmail")

    strTo = .Fields("toEmail")

    strCC = .Fields("ccEmail")

    strBCC = .Fields("bccEmail")

    strFrom = .Fields("fromEmail")

    strSub = .Fields("subEmail")

    strFile = .Fields("fileEmail")

    strBody = .Fields("bodyEMail")

    Set iMsg = CreateObject("CDO.Message")

    With iMsg

       Set .Configuration = iConf

       .To = "john.zimmerman@mo.org"

       .From = "john.zimmerman@mo.org"

       .Subject = strBankName

       .Send

       DoCmd.Hourglass False

       MsgBox "An email was sent for  ", vbOKOnly, "Email Sent"

    End With

  End With

End Sub

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This is simply a security feature from Microsoft. The best way I've found around it is a 3rd party program called Click Yes http://www.contextmagic.com/ This doesn't mess with anyone's code or security settings but simply answers "Yes" to that annoying message.
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