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Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 Inside Out by Doug Sheresh, Beth Sheresh, Jim Boyce

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Enabling Applications to Send E-Mail with Outlook

Some applications interact with Outlook 2007, most typically using the Address Book to address and send a message. In most cases, these applications will generate a security warning dialog box. The warning is built into Outlook 2007 to help you identify when unauthorized applications are attempting to access your Outlook 2007 data. For example, a worm that propagates itself by e-mail would likely generate the warning.

The section "Configuring Attachments in Exchange Server" earlier in this chapter explained how Exchange Server administrators can use Group Policy to configure security settings for Outlook 2007 users. That section covered how to configure attachment blocking. You can also use Group ...

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