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    Outlook XP & Adobe Acrobat6

    I upgraded my Acrobat Standard to version 6 and now when open Outlook XP and click to sent an e-mail (open e-mail page) a window opens stating
    "A programme is trying to access e-mail addresses you have stored in Outlook. Do you want to allow this".
    I use Word as my e-mail editor. If I click no I have problems closing Outlook. Could this be due to the taskbar addition within e-mail editor "Attach as Adobe PDF"?

    I have scanned PC with both Stinger and my virus programme and connot find any viruses etc.
    Any ideas

    Ian
    Ian

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    Try reinstalling Adobe? What happens if you click yes?

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    You're not using Mcafee Internet Security by any chance are you?

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    If I click yes, the untitled message window opens so I can write an e-mail OK, Outlook will shut down OK, however if I click no the messgae window still opens but Outlook will not shutdown.
    I use Trend Micro Internet Security.
    Ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by Technobob
    I use Trend Micro Internet Security.
    Does Trend have any information privacy features? Have you entered your email address into Trend and asked it to monitor when this address is sent over the Internet?

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