How turn off outlook security warning dialog box from outlook


hi i able to sendi mail from my .net c# windows application.
but when ever mail is going it is coming bellow warning , how to surpress
this dailouge

"A Program is trying to automatically send e-mail on your behalf.
Do you want to allow this??
If this unexpected, it may be a virus and you should choose "No".

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hi i able to sendi mail from my .net c# windows application.
but when ever mail is going it is coming bellow warning , how to surpress
this dailouge

"A Program is trying to automatically send e-mail on your behalf.
Do you want to allow this??
If this unexpected, it may be a virus and you should choose "No".

--
Message posted via OfficeKB.com
http://www.officekb.com/Uwe/Forums.a...ddins/200909/1




hi i able to sendi mail from my .net c# windows application.
but when ever mail is going it is coming bellow warning , how to surpress
this dailouge

"A Program is trying to automatically send e-mail on your behalf.
Do you want to allow this??
If this unexpected, it may be a virus and you should choose "No".

--
Message posted via OfficeKB.com
http://www.officekb.com/Uwe/Forums.a...ddins/200909/1




Because of spam issues I had to change all of my SMTP ports in Outlook from
Port 25 to another port. My web hosting company warned me that everytime I
started Outlook (2002) I would get an internet security warning that "The
server you are connected to is using a certificate that could not be
verified". They also claimed the warning would only happen once, the first
time I tried to send mail after Outlook was restarted.

That's what actually happened for the first week or so. However, now I keep
getting these warnings for at least a couple of days and then they finally go
away. However, when I restart Outlook I have to go through this all over
again. Is there any way I can turn these warnings off?




When my corporate Outlook comes up, it displays a security warning.

"ThisOutlookSession" contains macros.
Macros may contain viruses. It is usually safe to disable macros, but if the
macros are legitimate, you might lose some functionality.

In this case, the macros are ones that I've added to the system and want to
use. How do I turn off the security warning?

--
Richard Lewis Haggard
www.Haggard-And-Associates.com




I tried this and since I had just turned it on by mistake, there wasn't
anything in the boxes and nothing had been recorded...but it is still listed
in my folder list. Is there a way to delete/turn off the Journal? I don't
think I'll ever have to use it.

Thanks,
Donna

"Patricia [Outlook MVP]" wrote:

> To delete all entries in the Journal, switch to the journal folder and then
> go to a view like by category. Select the first item in the list. Then click
> Ctrl + A to select all items. Delete them.
>
> To turn off the Journal, go to Tools, Options, Journal Options and uncheck
> all the boxes there.
>
> --
> Patricia DiGiacomo
> Outlook MVP
> Author - Special Edition Using Microsoft Office Outlook 2003
> Lead Author - Access 2003 VBA Programmer's Reference
> Author - Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft OneNote 2003
>
> http://blogs.officezealot.com/cardoza
> http://www.cardozasolutions.com
>
> "Greg" wrote in message
> news:30B5C7B9-91FD-4F64-A09F-7927F143DA1D@microsoft.com...
> > How do I turn off Outlook 2003's Journal. It was turned on by accident
> > and I
> > would like to make it stop recording and I would also like to delete all
> > entries in the journal. Is this possible? If so, how?
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Greg
>
>
>




I tried this and since I had just turned it on by mistake, there wasn't
anything in the boxes and nothing had been recorded...but it is still listed
in my folder list. Is there a way to delete/turn off the Journal? I don't
think I'll ever have to use it.

Thanks,
Donna

"Patricia [Outlook MVP]" wrote:

> To delete all entries in the Journal, switch to the journal folder and then
> go to a view like by category. Select the first item in the list. Then click
> Ctrl + A to select all items. Delete them.
>
> To turn off the Journal, go to Tools, Options, Journal Options and uncheck
> all the boxes there.
>
> --
> Patricia DiGiacomo
> Outlook MVP
> Author - Special Edition Using Microsoft Office Outlook 2003
> Lead Author - Access 2003 VBA Programmer's Reference
> Author - Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft OneNote 2003
>
> http://blogs.officezealot.com/cardoza
> http://www.cardozasolutions.com
>
> "Greg" wrote in message
> news:30B5C7B9-91FD-4F64-A09F-7927F143DA1D@microsoft.com...
> > How do I turn off Outlook 2003's Journal. It was turned on by accident
> > and I
> > would like to make it stop recording and I would also like to delete all
> > entries in the journal. Is this possible? If so, how?
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Greg
>
>
>




How do I "unhide" the Outlook send/recieve dialog box ? (This dialog box
normally pops up when you are sending/reciving, displaying the number of
messgaes in process and the "time bar".




How do you turn off outlook w/out removing it? I have Microsoft small
office. I want to use my cable provider's email support.

When we loaded the small office program, all new email goes to Outlook,
instead of my cable provider support site.
Thanks,





On my desktop (running Windows Vista and Office Professional Plus 2010), each time I switch from my mail to my calendar in Outlook 2010, I get a dialog box entitled "Outlook data file" with the message "the path specified for the file H:downloadsABA mail.pst is not valid".  When I close this, I get another dialog box with the title "Create/Open Outlook Data File", initially showing "Look in" the folder "Windows Calendar" and showing the folder "en-US".  When I close this dialog box, I get my calendar. 

This started to happen after I exported a copy of an e-mail folder as a pst file from my desktop to a thumb drive, so that I could put that folder onto my laptop, but I didn’t change the location where anything is stored on my desktop.  Ever since I've had to click through these two new dialog boxes just to switch from mail to calendar.  I've searched the help files to see how I can stop these two dialog boxes from coming up, but have found no relevant information.  Does anyone know how I can I eliminate these messages and go straight to my calendar, as I was able to before?




We have a user trying to use OWA and they're having a problem logging in. Everything was working fine for them up until about 2 weeks ago, when it just stopped. When they click on the Internet link to the OWA server, they’re getting a security alert dialog box informing them that the certificate has expired or is not yet valid. They click on ‘yes’ to proceed, enter their username and password but they get no further. We have about 30 people using OWA on a daily basis and no one else is having this problem, so I’m assuming the problem is between the server and their PC. Any ideas on what it could be???




OK. I need help. The Outlook "Choose Profiles" dialog box is inconsistent
about prompting me for my profile (FYI - I have 3 email addresses w/
different .pst files). Sometimes it works and sometimes it does not. I am
running XP Pro SP2 and Office 2003 SP3. I have the "Prompt for profile to be
used" option selected. From everything I have read on the net and within the
Microsoft KB, I should be able to have much more than 3 profiles. What can I
do to ensure that the dialog box always appears?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Other helpful diagnosis information:
Office 2003 is the only Office version I have installed.
MS Project 2007 and Visio 2007 were installed however, I removed it.
I have tried using different Windows accounts and that has failed too.




Hi, I wonder if someone could help me, I'm kind of at my wit's end with this.
Apologies for post length, I figured more detail upfront is better. Here's
the deal...

I got a new 32-bit Vista laptop, copied all the Outlook data over and
reinstalled Outlook (2002). I used Windows Update when prompted, which
patched me up to SP3. I opened all my old PST files that I use to sort /
store emails etc. So far so good.

Then I tried to import my old primary mailbox into the new mailbox on the
new install. It imported most of the old emails, sent items etc but then when
it got to Contacts, I got the Outlook security warning message: "A program is
trying to access email addresses... " and the options to allow access, Yes
or No. I clicked Yes, and the message pops up again. I click yes again.
Same thing. Short story, no matter what I do I can't clear this warning, it
just keeps popping up. This includes terminating the application through
Task manager, and rebooting. When I restart Outlook, it checks the PST files
that were not closed properly, then carries on trying to import the contacts,
and the warning pops up again.

I'd be very grateful if someone can advise how to stop Outlook from looping
like this, short of uninstalling and reinstalling and repatching (and I don't
even know whether THAT would work!) Thanks for ploughing through to the end,
and thanks in advance for your help!




Hello!
How to make Outlook 2003 sp2 delete messages from a mail account on
imap.mail.ru server? Ouklook Express 6 deletes messages from imap.mail.ru.
Can Outlook 2007 delete messages from imap.mail.ru?
Mail.ru support blames Outlook 2003 sp2 because Ouklook Express 6 deletes
successfully.
Best regards,
Dima
+79035093892




Hello!
How to make Outlook 2003 sp2 delete messages from a mail account on
imap.mail.ru server? Ouklook Express 6 deletes messages from imap.mail.ru.
Can Outlook 2007 delete messages from imap.mail.ru?
Mail.ru support blames Outlook 2003 sp2 because Ouklook Express 6 deletes
successfully.
Best regards,
Dima
+79035093892




This message, "A program is trying to access e-mail addresses yo have stored
in Outlook.Do you want to allow this?" is very annoying. I am trying to
write a VB6 application at work that will bulk mail companies and let them
know which individuals are scheduled for class. We do not want to have to
purchase a third party piece of software. There should be an option in
Outlook or a registry setting to turn this security feature on or off. Thank
you.

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Hi,

Now I run the following code in Outlook 2010, it shows security warning
dialog. My question is that how to go without the dialog.

MailItem oMailItem

' here it is true that oMailItem is valid object

str = oMailItem.Body ' this line cause security warning

The test is
"A program is trying to acces e-mail address information stored in Outlook.
If this is unexpected, click Deny and verity your antivirus software is
up-to-data.

For more information about e-mail safety and how you might be able to avoid
getting this warning, click help."

Next is a check box for "Allow access for" right is a dropdown combobox "1
minute"

The last is 3 buttons as "Allow", "Deny" and "Help", in which "Deny" is
default one.

=======================================
For what I know now is that when calling oMailItem.Body, Outlook will
extract string text from RTF format stored internally (but I am not sure if
it is so in Outlook 2010). And both Body & HTMLBody are protected now. Any
access to them will prompt warning dialog unless anti-virus program is
up-to-date. Unfortunately our program will assume to running in user's
machine with/without anti-virus applications.

=======================================
I also try to use MAPI library with C++ code. It has no security warning
dialog when I get the email text like code:

IMessage* pMsg;
IStream* pStream;
STATSTG stg = {0};
....

// here pMsg & pStream are valid pointers
pMsg->OpenProperty(PR_BODY, &IID_IStream, STGM_READWRITE, 0,
(IUnknown**)&istream);
pStream->Stat(*stg, 0);
int bodysize = stg.cbSize.LowPart; // won't bother checking for >2gb messages!
char* bodybuf = new char[bodysize+1];
ULONG red;
HRESULT hr = pStream->Read(bodybuf, bodysize, &red);

// I am able to get email body text without security warning
// however if I try to change email body, return code is "access deny" like

std::string strtest;
strtest = bodybuf;
strtest += " test";
hr = pStream->->Write(strtest, strtest.GetLength(), &red);

Any suggestion?
Thanks in advance.

Tom




I am trying to turn back on the open attachments dialog box in Outlook - the
prompt to open or save a file. Any ideas?




Every time i try to check my university's email via outlook it gives
me a "Internet Security Warning" dialog box saying that the security
certificate cannot be verified and asks me if i want to continue using
the server (Yes or No). How do i tell it to always accept for this
particular server/certificate instead of asking me everytime?
Any help or pointer to the right direction would be much appreciated!

P.S. I am using outlook 2007 on windows xp with all the latest updates.




How can one turn off the bubbles that appear when the curser hovers over
Outlook folders in the Folder List?