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Thid Party Emails via Outlook

When third paty accounting software (MYOB) sends emails (statements, invoices etc.) via Outlook, Outlook insists on individual authorisation ("allow") for each email.

How do I configure software to "allow" batch authorisation?

My setup is: POP/SMPT; single computer/ single user (no network).
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Eveleigh
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David LeeCommented:
Hi, Eveleigh.

What version of Outlook?
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cpmcomputersCommented:
This might help

(Usual caveat though edit registry at your own risk )

http://sogeeky.blogspot.co.uk/2007/04/how-to-disable-outlook-security-warning.html?m=1
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cpmcomputersCommented:
Apologies ignore the above
it only works for exchange server
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cpmcomputersCommented:
Download the "click yes" utility referred to in this article
Have seen this work great in another similar application to MYOB
Should do the trick nicely !
http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2010-customize/allow-or-deny-prompt-when-sending-email-from-myob/329b59a3-f1e5-42fd-ae0e-623458788e21
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EveleighAuthor Commented:
THIRD PARTY EMAILS VIA OUTLOOK

Outlook version 2007
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David LeeCommented:
Outlook 2007's security model allows you to let third-party apps send messages without displaying a warning each time.  

1.  Click File and select Options
2.  Click Trust Center
3.  Click the Trust Center Settings button
4.  Click Programmatic Access
5.  The default setting should be "Warn me about suspicious activity ..."  If not, set it to that.  Note that this setting requires that you have an antivirus package installed that reports its status to Windows.  If such a package is installed and the definitions are up to date, then you shouldn't get a prompt each time each time the third-party app sends something.

Additional details available on this page.
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