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  1. #1
    Geoff Smith
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    As I'm some of you all know there is a security check on Outlook XP that
    pops up when external programs try to do things saying:

    'A program is trying to access e-mail address you have stored in Outlook.
    Do you want to allow this? If this unexpected, it may be a virus and you
    should choose "No".'

    I get this when I sync my phone with Outlook via the cutdown XTND Connect
    program you get with Sony Ericsson phones but the warning dialog hs started
    shutting down automatically - it pops on the screen and disappears
    immeadiatly without me pressing or clicking anything. I know that are
    utilities lick ClickYes that do this - BUT I don't have anything like that
    installed.

    I've checked for viruses with McAfee and spyware with Ad-Aware - both are
    clean. I've even uninstalled and re-installed both Office and XTND Connect
    which made no difference.

    Can anyone suggest A) what's closing the dialog. B) how to stop it and get
    back to the default behaviour.





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  2. #2
    BernieH
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    Re: XTND Connect and Outlook Security

    I'm experirncing the same symptoms. Are you running the latest version
    of Zonealarm by any chance?





  3. #3
    BernieH
    Guest

    Re: XTND Connect and Outlook Security

    I am experiencing the same symptoms. I can only suggest that this has
    something to do with the latest version of Zonealarm and 'learning mode'





  4. #4
    Paul Brazier
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    Re: XTND Connect and Outlook Security


    "BernieH" <[email protected]onder.co.uk> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I am experiencing the same symptoms. I can only suggest that this has
    > something to do with the latest version of Zonealarm and 'learning mode'
    >
    >


    Can also be Bluetooth software if secure connection is set switched on.

    Paul





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