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    Mail merging and emailing to all in office 2007

    When you want to send mail merged documents to all students it will keep asking you for confirmation for every email sent.

    Does anyone know how to get around this?

    It sounds like it should be a security setting or something?

    Any suggestions?


    Cheers!

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    Thanks mate,

    I found this doing the usual googling and probably going to use it as a temporary solution.

    I've been looking at the vb.net solution on the microsoft site as a long term resolution though.!

    Cheers again!

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