FIX: "A program is trying
to automatically send e-mail on your behalf"
ANNOYED at the Outlook Security Guard popup?
angry at waiting five seconds and clicking Yes,
for every single e-mail merge you run?
permanent, programmatic solution to your Outlook
Over the past few years,
the Internet has seen a HUGE boom in the number of e-mail viruses
infecting computers throughout the world. These viruses typically
spread by accessing the users e-mail application, such as Microsoft
Outlook, and sending mail to their contacts.
In a desperate bid to
STOP this mass of viruses, Microsoft implemented a quick fix. It
created the "Outlook Security Guard."
This is a popup that
appears every time a potential security violation occurs. Whenever a
program tries to access e-mail addresses stored in Outlook, or tries
to send an e-mail through Outlook, it pops up and requests
confirmation. And it's usually accompanied by a built-in five second
A program is trying to
automatically send e-mail on your behalf.
Do you want to allow this?
A sensible change? As a
quick fix, YES... but this drastic addition of the Outlook Security
Guard is now distributed as a STANDARD PART of the Office suite. You
CAN'T remove it. And you CAN'T stop it.
This turns into a problem when
LEGITIMATE applications attempt to send e-mail using
For example, you may
run an e-mail merge through Microsoft Word, or synchronize e-mail
with your PDA, or send payment requests through an eBay auction
In these cases, the
Outlook Security Guard appears with EVERY SINGLE MESSAGE your
application attempts to send. So, if you're mail merging to just 200
people, that's almost twenty minutes of five second delays... and
then a further 200 manual clicks on the "Yes" button.
And you can't do
ANYTHING about it.
That is, UNTIL NOW.
We want to help. And
we've developed the solution. It's cheap, it's permanent, and it's
to put the Outlook Security Guard back in its place. It's a small
software utility we call...
Quick-Merge works quite
simply. The tool sits in your system tray (near the computer time) and
continually monitors for the Outlook Security Guard window. As soon as it
finds it, Quick-Merge cancels the five second delay and
automatically clicks the "Yes" button on your behalf.
It's TOTALLY customizable too! For your protection, you can easily enable and
disable Quick-Merge by merely double-clicking on its icon. You
can also set it to automatically load with Windows.
PLUS, you can
even call Quick-Merge from your own code to ensure even more
streamlined functionality. We provide samples for turning
Quick-Merge on and off in C, C++, Delphi, Visual Basic, VBA, Visual
FoxPro, and VB .NET!
Wondering how easy it
is? Quick-Merge is the simplest solution available. You can get
started with JUST THREE STEPS:
Enable Quick-Merge by double-clicking
on its icon in the taskbar:
Run the application that sends e-mail
using Outlook, and begin the process:
Leave Quick-Merge to clear the five
second delay and "click" Yes on your behalf:
NO IDEA how
much time you've saved us!" - Jim Woods @aol.co.uk
Interested? Want to save your time and put the Outlook Security
Guard BACK in its place? If you'd like to RECLAIM your ability to
tell Outlook how to work, rather than the other way around, look no
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access Outlook, with Quick-Merge.
Remember: you can
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That's less than the cost of lunch, for a permanent solution
that will literally save you DAYS, and enable you to begin
using the great e-mail features of applications such as Microsoft
Word once again.
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