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Outlook 2003 Security settings

    Question

  • Hi, does anyone know if it is possible either by registry hack or otherwise to enable other application to send email using outlook, without getting the warning box which reads

     

    " blah blah other application attempting to send email, blah blah virus" them makes you wait for 5 seconds before allowing you to click yes.

     

    From what i have researched the only way seems to be to disable warnings throught the exchange server. I dont really want to do this but i need to allow one application to send legitimate emails using Outlook 2003.

     

    Many thanks in advance

     

    Graham

    Wednesday, October 10, 2007 1:45 PM

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  • You can configure this centrally via Public Folders

     

    Customizing Security Settings by Using the Outlook Security Template

    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/ork2003/HA011402931033.aspx

     

    Outlook Security Template Settings

    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/ork2003/HA011402951033.aspx

     

    Look for: Miscellaneous custom template settings

    When executing a custom action via the Outlook object model Specifies what happens when a program attempts to run a custom action using the Outlook object model. A custom action can be created to reply to a message and circumvent the programmatic send protections just described. Select one of the following:

    Prompt user enables the user to receive a message and decide whether to allow programmatic send access.

    Automatically approve always allows programmatic send access without displaying a message.

    Automatically deny always denies programmatic send access without displaying a message.

     

    But I don't really think allowing application access to outlook is the best security practice

     

    Deli

    Wednesday, October 10, 2007 10:53 PM
  • If there was, every bad guy out there would use this and then there would be no point of having these security features in Outlook.

    I admit it would be handy to allow apps to use outlook this way

    If you really want to you can install Outlook redemption,search for it on the net and you will find download link and instructions for use it, you need to do some programming in your app to use redemption instgead of the outlook object model.

     

    And there is of course the option to create a SMTP mail instead of going through outlook

     

    Saturday, October 13, 2007 8:16 AM
  • You can configure this centrally via Public Folders

     

    Customizing Security Settings by Using the Outlook Security Template

    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/ork2003/HA011402931033.aspx

     

    Outlook Security Template Settings

    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/ork2003/HA011402951033.aspx

     

    Look for: Miscellaneous custom template settings

    When executing a custom action via the Outlook object model Specifies what happens when a program attempts to run a custom action using the Outlook object model. A custom action can be created to reply to a message and circumvent the programmatic send protections just described. Select one of the following:

    Prompt user enables the user to receive a message and decide whether to allow programmatic send access.

    Automatically approve always allows programmatic send access without displaying a message.

    Automatically deny always denies programmatic send access without displaying a message.

     

    But I don't really think allowing application access to outlook is the best security practice

     

    Deli


    Did you read what he said, he does not want to use the option of publishing the Outlook Security Settings Form, what you are saying can be done only using by publishing the security template to the Publish Folder
    Friday, March 26, 2010 3:26 PM
  • Can someone please advise where i get the template from?

    I seem to be going round in circles and the only link I have found is this KB http://support.microsoft.com/kb/826170

    But the link to the templates doesn't work?

    I can't beleive that it's been 11 years since Outlook 2000 Security Guard and still there is no simple solution  from microsoft!

    Yet Redemption, Advanced Outlook Security & Outlook Securtiy Manager all seem to be able to offer a simple solution.

    All help is appreciated as it is driving my users mad with the annoying pop up when all we are doing is running our own inhouse MS Access DB applications?

    Trusted sites, locations & documents doesn't work with outlook 2003 using Access 2010 Runtime, i have no problems running with Office 2010 using Access 2010 runtime, how do I stop this for Access 2010 runtime users and outlook 2003, we are fed up of using ExpressClick Yes as a solution, it's slow and it's dangerous, there has to be a bette way while using VBA and OOM?

    All help is greatly appreciated.

     

     


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    Friday, May 06, 2011 9:39 AM
  • Check this article:

    http://www.exchangeinbox.com/article.aspx?i=57

    The links of this article are still seem to be valid.


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