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Outlook email access times

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Jerold, Sep 1, 2004.

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  1. Jerold

    Jerold Thread Starter

    Jun 22, 2004
    I recently intalled some updates to office and XP's SP2. I don't really know which update caused this to happen, but now whenever I go into my inbox to reply to an email that has been in the inbox for a while, it comes up with a little box that says that a program is trying to access email addresses that you stored in outlook. SDo you want to allow this? Then it has a check box to select how much time I would like to allow access for.

    THe only problem is that if I have a file that I want to send and I use the right-click - send email option to send a file, when I compose the email and send it, since I never went thru the process of allowing access (as mentioned above) it doesn't send anything and I have to go thru the process again manually the long method.

    Does anyone know what this is called by outlook so I can look up any help in customizing it's settings or if anyone has any links that explain it further. I just don't know what to look up for this topic.

    I am using Outlook 2002 SP3 and the email editor that I am composing emails in is WORD.

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