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automating outlook - warning message suppression

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  • Started 8 years ago by PJRiter
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I am using access and VBA to generate reports, append them to outlook emails, and automatically send those emails to the people in the reports. The problem is that each time the .send is executed in my loop, a warning message comes up asking 'Do you really want to send this email?' and I have to click 'yes' to each message. Since the loop generates about 200 of these emails I have to click 'yes' to send each one. I heard that there is a registry key that can be set to suppress this warning message. Please tell me what the key is or provide a reference that would help me suppress this message. Thanks.

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