Learning Center - Security Manager for Microsoft Outlook
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Other Office Online Applications - Articles
- Bypass Outlook security warnings when sending email messages in MS AccessThe article explains how to get rid of Outlook security warnings when you are sending e-mail messages in Microsoft Access.
Deployment - Articles
- Outlook Security Manager 2010 deploymentThis series of articles describes all possible ways of deploying your applications. Part 1 gives an overview of the Outlook Security Manager redistributable files that must be necessarily registered on clients' machines for a particular Outlook version, depending on your project type and the technology used in your code.
- Outlook Security Manager 2010 deployment: bitness and regsvr32 utilityFrom part 2 you will learn how to determine which exactly redistributable files must be registered depending on the Outlook version installed on a target machine, and how to register those files by using the regsvr32 utility.
- Outlook Security Manager 2010 deployment: self-registration in a Visual Studio setup projectIf you deploy your application by using the Visual Studio setup project, you can use the vsdrfCOMSelfReg option of your installer to register the needed COM dll on a target PC. Part 3 of the deployment series gives more details and step-by-step instructions on how to do this.
- Outlook Security Manager 2010 deployment: compiling a standalone application with "AnyCPU"If your standalone application was compiled with "Any CPU" compiler option, it will not work in 32-bit Outlook on 64-bit Windows. To get it to work, you need to perform the actions described in Part 4.
- Outlook Security Manager 2010 deployment: Reg Free COM & ClickOnce for Outlook 2010 64-bitPart 5 explains how to correctly deploy your project with ClickOnce for Outlook 2010 64-bit.
- Outlook Security Manager 2010 deployment: summaryThe final part of the deployment series sums up all the main points covered in five previous parts.