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0161Coop

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I'm trying to set up a security system using my webcam to automatically email me when it detects motion. I am using a program called Video Monitor which came free with my webcam. It all works well accept that every time it tries to email me Outlook 2002 asks if I want to allow the email to be sent. Is it possible to disable this feature or modify its behaviour in any way? I realise it's there to stop my computer from being turned into a spam engine without my knowing. Failing that I'll have to ask the burglars to press "yes" before they steal the computer :tazz:
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I am having the same problem and found a website that has a add-on that will give you the ability to change the security settings. There are some limitations that are noted on the web page. The site is
http://www.slovaktec...mentoptions.htm.
I hope this works for you. I have an exchange server manager to contend with and will try to work through them since this app won't work for me. If I find anything else I will inform you.
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This solved my problem:

http://www.contextma...press-clickyes/
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