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Microsoft outlook Continue yes/no box

Posted on 2009-03-31
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Is there anything I can do to disable this warning message.

When I get an email from someone with an attachment, I open the attachment, and then leave the attachment open.  I then want to reply to the email while looking at the open attachment.

When I try to do this, this error message comes up, but it doesnt come on top of the other windows, it is always behind the outlook window, and I cant minimize the front window because I have to click the warning before continuing.



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Question by:collegenathan
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by:David Lee
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Hi, collegenathan.

There aren't any documented ways to disable these warnings and I don't know of any undocumented ways.
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That's about what I found too:(

Thanks for looking.  Let me know if you can think of another trick around it.
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There's a 3rd-party application called Click-yes that might work.  It's intended to click the yes button for you and avoid the security prompts that Outlook displays when a 3rd-party program or script accesses information in Outlook.  I don't know that it'll work for this, there's no mention of it on their site, but it might.  It's worth a look.
http://www.contextmagic.com/express-clickyes/
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by:collegenathan
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Awesome try.  I really thought that one was going to work.

I do have some information to add though.  It only seems to do it with pdf files, and not with pictures (jpg)

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by:David Lee
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It should do it with any type of file that can be edited, including Word documents and Excel spreadsheets.  
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by:collegenathan
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It only seems to work on the original application, not the yes-no box that I am seeing:(  Unless there is a way to "tweak the program"
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I was afraid of that.
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