Request for verification text to be entered to send email in Outlook 2010

I have a few accounts on, and I am always asked to enter text to send email from all of those except the main account.  How can I stop being ask to enter text on all of those accounts?
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yo_beeDirector of Information TechnologyCommented:
Not sure exactly what you are asking. Would you be post some screenshots?
ParkiIIAuthor Commented:
Let's try again.
1) I am in Outlook 2010
2) I have some MSN account, we'll say
3) When I go to send an email from that account ( I get prompt to enter some text that is displayed in a prompt.  The text is stretched and hard to read. The purpose is to inhibit software from using that account to send spam.

I hope this helps....
yo_beeDirector of Information TechnologyCommented:
Unfortunately it does not.

It sounds like you might have an add-in  

Try running Outlook in safe mode.

To do this just click on the Windows (Start Button) and in the search field type Outlook.exe /safe.

This will run Outlook without any add-ins and see if you get the same results.
If you do not then you know you have an add-in that is being initiated when sending
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ParkiIIAuthor Commented:
Yes, I have 2.  Microsoft Outlook Hotmail Connector 64-bit and Microsoft Outlook Social Connector Provider for Windows Live Messenger 64-bit.

I would be pretty sure that Hotmail Connector is the reason for the behavior.

I apologize, I assumed that because I was using a MSN.COM domain that everyone would know that it would require the use of the Hotmail Connector, my bad.

Dose that help?

Thanks yo_bee
yo_beeDirector of Information TechnologyCommented:
I thought you awarded points to this?
This issue has been kicking around for along time:

Apparently there *is* a way to get it removed but its seems to be done on a case by case basis, you can try posting on the MS Community Hotmail forum (as above) and see if MS will deal with it for you

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ParkiIIAuthor Commented:
Still waiting for a solution?
ParkiIIAuthor Commented:
I'll look into it.
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