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Old September 12th, 2005, 03:57 PM
Steve
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I am working on some Outlook automation using Perl via OLE. When I run my
script it generates a security pop-up from Outlook asking if I want to allow
the program to run. The permission is time-limited to a max of ten minutes,
and it takes four clicks to select that amount and get back to my original
window. As you can imagine this gets very annoying when one is developing
software due to the need for a lot of starts.

Is there some way I can make Outlook trust perl.exe temporarily so it
doesn't issue this pop-up? I don't want to make it trust any program, of
course. Can I get a longer time option (like an hour) on the popup?

Thx....

Steve
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Old September 12th, 2005, 04:55 PM
Brian Tillman
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Steve wrote:

I am working on some Outlook automation using Perl via OLE. When I
run my script it generates a security pop-up from Outlook asking if I
want to allow the program to run. The permission is time-limited to
a max of ten minutes, and it takes four clicks to select that amount
and get back to my original window. As you can imagine this gets
very annoying when one is developing software due to the need for a
lot of starts.

Is there some way I can make Outlook trust perl.exe temporarily so it
doesn't issue this pop-up? I don't want to make it trust any
program, of course. Can I get a longer time option (like an hour) on
the popup?


See http://www.outlookcode.com/d/sec.htm for your options with the Outlook
object model guard. This, too, may help:
http://www.mapilab.com/outlook/security
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Brian Tillman

 




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