Can I bypass the warning when clicking often used links embedded in Outlook emails.

We use a SAAS product called CargoWise. It uses RDC to deliver the program directly to our desktops. One of the features is that you can attach an html link in an email that leads to specific records in CargoWise. When the recipient clicks the link it opens the particular record. The only issue is that it always pops up a warning first. See attached.

Is there any way to bypass this warning since this is a known domain and function?

Here is the text from the warning text box:


Outlook warning screen shot.
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This can be disabled by the following method :


Add a registry value to disable the warning dialog.
Open the registry editor and browse to the following registry subkey for

Office / Outlook 2016:
DWORD: DisableHyperlinkWarning
Value: 1 (disable the warning), 0 (enable the warning)

Office / Outlook 2013:
DWORD: DisableHyperlinkWarning
Value: 1 (disable the warning), 0 (enable the warning)

Office / Outlook 2010:
DWORD: DisableHyperlinkWarning
Value: 1 (disable the warning), 0 (enable the warning)

Office / Outlook 2007:
DWORD: DisableHyperlinkWarning
Value: 1 (disable the warning), 0 (enable the warning)

Note: If the Security key does not exist in your registry, you'll need to create it too.

Right click on Security key and choose New, DWORD.
Type (or paste) DisableHyperlinkWarning as the Value name then double click on it.
Enter 1 as the Value data to disable the warning. Delete the key or use a value of 0 to enable the warning.


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