how to bypass the allow deny message in Microsoft Outlook while sending mail through another application

How to bypass the allow deny message in Microsoft Outlook while sending mail through another application (eg. a visual basic application.. )
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Patrick MatthewsConnect With a Mentor Commented:
That is an Outlook security measure implemened starting in Outlook 2000 SP2, and persisting at least through 2007.To disable it, I've used three products:1) Express ClickYeshttp://www.contextmagic.com/express-clickyes/There is a free version and a Pro version for ~$30 with more features.  I've used the pro version.  It works as advertised.  I'm not using it currently.  I'm using the MAPILab product instead.2) MAPILab Advanced Outlook Securityhttp://www.mapilab.com/outlook/security/A free COM add-in for Outlook.  I am using it now and I like it3) Redemptionhttp://www.dimastr.com/redemption/A DLL you can use in your code to disable the warnings.  Free download, but you must pay a license to distribute.  I've used it and like it.NOTE: In Outlook 2007, there is a new option available, Programmatic Access Security.  To use it:1) Select Tools / Trust Center from the menu2) In Trust Center, click Programmatic Access3) Choose your level of security
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GundogTrainerCommented:
You could look at using the "Outlook Redemption" objects or Security Manager from Add-in Express.
An alternative method would be to not use Outlook to send the messages but use CDO instead.

also there is a method using the Outlook Admin Pack
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/MS_Office/Outlook/Q_20652766.html
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staarshipAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the solutions.. but i am not getting how to use the mapilab.. i am able to see the Advance security option in the Tools menu but not getting how to use it.. also went through the help..
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Chris Raisin(Retired Analyst/Programmer)Commented:
I found the only solution to thgis very same problem for me was the use of the program "ClickYesPro"
You can look into the program features by vising: www.contextmagic.com

ClickYes Pro is an Outlook add-in add-in which is loaded by Outlook and then bypasses
prompts for Outlook itself. Unfortuinately his add-in doesn't provide any other automation
or programming interfaces (such as DLL for example) so you cannot code it directly to run but must make a "shell" call via your program.
I tried all the others suggested above but none were successful in what I wanted to do (which is exactly what you want to do).

A segment of some code I use is showing below.

I hope this helps you to the best solution.

Public Sub cmdProcess_Click()
Dim cRunProg As String

''Make sure access to appoint book is allowed.
''The "ClickYes" program is supposed to come into effect here
''and wait for the pop-up box to appear.
cRunProg = "C:\Program Files\ClickYes Pro\ClickYesPro.exe"
Shell cRunProg ', vbMinimizedNoFocus

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Chris Raisin(Retired Analyst/Programmer)Commented:
Staarship, have you investigated my option?

If you have, where does this question now stand? Are you closing and awarding points or shat decision have you made?

Cheers.
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staarshipAuthor Commented:
Solved..
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Dale FyeCommented:
Patrick,

re the MAPILab product, does this product work when you use the SendObject method, or did you have to use automation for it to work.

I downloaded and installed the product, but when I ran my application, which uses SendObject, I got the normal Outlook Security Warning.

Dale
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