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Sakthi31397-0964 asked ShenWilliam-0281 edited

Need to Disable Pop Up "Some recipients don't have access to links in your message" in Outlook

Hi,

When I create mail with SharePoint links in body, Outlook is trying to check whether all recipients has access to the link or not.

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I would like to suppress this pop up through VBA. Any suggestions will be appreciated.

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Regards,
Sakthi


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hi guys,

instead of using .send please use :
Application.SendKeys "%s"
Application.SendKeys "s"

this works for me

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Sending key is not reliable. During running macro, if another window/dialog pops up or if Windows auto-locks, then this trick just fails.

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Hi @Alexander-4875,

Greetings, Kindly suggest if you have any solution for handling the above pop up.


Thanks & Regards,
Sakthi

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ChristyZhang-MSFT answered ShenWilliam-0281 edited

Hi @Sakthi31397-0964 ,

As I know, there's a function in outlook as shown in the below picture which can't be turned off.
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Does your recipient include people who don’t have access to the links? If so, will the pop-up appear if only the email containing this link is sent to the people who have access to it?

Through my research, considering the impact of sharing permission of SharePoint links, if you are using a personal account, it is recommended that you check the sharing permission of SharePoint links. If you are a member of an organization, it is suggested that you could contact your administrator and research the shared permissions to see if the permissions of links can be modified. For more information, please refer to:
Manage sharing settings
Change the default link type for a site

And I noticed that you want to get some suggestions about VBA, please kindly understand that the Outlook tag here we mainly focus on general issues about Outlook desktop client and know little about VBA. In order to better solve your problem, it is suggested that you could add "office-vba-dev" tag for your post. Thanks for your understanding!


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Hi @ChristyZhang-MSFT ,

Thank you for your suggestion.

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Hi @Sakthi31397-0964 ,

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Hi @Sakthi31397-0964 ,

Is this issue resolved now? If so, would you mind marking the helpful post as an answer? Which would benefit others who also has similar issues in forum.

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Obviously this is a very inconsiderate FAILED design.
Think if you are sending one email containing 10 links to 10 colleagues. Each colleague can access one own link but not the other 9 links. This is a very common case, but the access check is just annoying to warn "some one cannot access some link".

Of course I don't what to send 10 emails to 10 people.

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ErickoRuly-1947 answered ShenWilliam-0281 commented

hi guys,

instead of using .send please use :
Application.SendKeys "%s"
Application.SendKeys "s"

this works for me

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Sending key is a dirty and unstable workaround, not a solution.
Imagine another window/dialog pops out during running macro, you never know what mess the %s and s key would cause. Also, if screen auto-locks after several minutes, this SendKey trick just fails.

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