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Guys,
I am a draftsman and trying to learn a little of lisp and vba. Really new to the whole programming scene with little knowledge and wishing someone could assist if possible ?
I have a lisp routine that I have manipulated to suit myself and it will allow me to open outlook and attach a copy of the drawing i am currently working on in autocad. Whilst it does what i want, outlook pops up what looks to be some sort of security notice. It notifies you that another application is trying to send an email and worns it could be a virus. You have to select "yes" for the email to be sent.
I have attached the lisp routine though you will need autocad to re-inact the window.
Is there a way around this or something i can turn off, does anyone have great knowledge of outlook that can assist ?

would be greatful

Stephen
 

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Macataq,
Thank you very much. whilst i haven't had the chance to read in depth. This most definately is addressing the area i was talking about.

Thanks again greatly apprciated.

Stephen
 
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