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VBA Sending Mail through Outlook - Allow Access

Posted on 2014-04-08
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Hi

I am using Excel VBA to send messages through Outlook
If I use Msg.Display where Msg is My mail item it seems to work faster
than using Msg.Send because a message pops asking if I want to Allow Access.
I have over 200 messages to send at a time so is there a way to have that message pop
up once for all my messages
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Not natively.  Using a third-party tool it can be done.  I've used, and been happy with, Outlook Redemption.   http://www.dimastr.com/redemption/home.htm

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by:Kimputer
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Autohotkey can be programmed to click it for you (and it's so fast you won't even see it).
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What is Autohotkey. Is that free
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Yes Autohotkey is free. It runs in the background, but it's very light, you won't notice it's there. You program it to detect only that specific Outlook warning, and let it click Yes.
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Thanks very much
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