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Need to distribute Outlook 2010 Macro to multiple users...COM Add-in?

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Hi, I have recently created 2 Outlook macros that I need to distribute to all our users.  The macros were created so to turn Message Sensitivity to "Confidential" or back to "Normal".  I have created a button on the New Message Toolbar that runs these macros.  So if a user wants to make the message "Confidential" they click the "On" button.  To go back to "Normal" they click the "Off" button.  The setting of the sensitivity will trigger the message to be encrypted or not when sent outside of the company by our mail gateway.

Anyway, I want to distribute these Macros and Buttons to all our users.  I'm thinking a COM Add-in would be the best way after reading many message boards.

So my question is...is that true?  And if so, how do I go about doing it?
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