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I am attempting to send an email via an autoexec module in an MS Access database.  The attached picture contains the warning that the server receives when it attempts to run the auto feature.


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You have several options that I know about. You can download Click Yes which will click Ok for every one of those messages; you could use CDO which doesn't use Outlook, or you can use the Redemption .dll.

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try this product,
http://www.mapilab.com/outlook/security/

its free, and you can specify which program to Access outlook.

jaffer
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