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Maryland
 
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Default How do I suppress Word prompt to okay each mail merge email I send

I have several hundred recipients I want to email. The mail merge works fine
and the emails go through, but I am first prompted to allow Word access to
Outlook fro some period of time, max 10 mins, but then I still have to click
Yes on another dialog to confirm each email to be sent. Is there a way to set
up Word or Outlook to simply send all messages without this second
confirmation? thanks
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You can download some free software to do this for you he

http://www.express-soft.com/mailmate/clickyes.html


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"Maryland" wrote:

I have several hundred recipients I want to email. The mail merge works fine
and the emails go through, but I am first prompted to allow Word access to
Outlook fro some period of time, max 10 mins, but then I still have to click
Yes on another dialog to confirm each email to be sent. Is there a way to set
up Word or Outlook to simply send all messages without this second
confirmation? thanks

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