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a program is trying to access outlook 2010

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We are developing a vb application (vs 2010) for service requests. We have tied the username to our global address book (exchange 2010). The problem I am having is when I select a name in my application (from the drop down list) I get the pop up a program is trying to access outlook 2010. I do not want to see this message. I know I can prevent this by going into the options and trusted settings but this will set everything to no or ignore. I just want this pop up to not occur specifically for this application. Is there a way to do this with vb code?
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