Do you get this annoying message when you're launching your email merge, address book search, email notification
program or a smartphone synchronization tool?
Or this one when you're trying to send a catalogue to your customers using your bulk emailing software?
Don't panic. This is new Outlook security features introduced in Outlook 2000 (SR2 and newer), and installed
by default with Outlook 2003, Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010. These features help guard against most viruses that are spread by
email attachments, as well as protect users from worm viruses which replicate through Microsoft Outlook.
However, these additional security restrictions can be somewhat annoying. Especially if you use a third-party
software which sends emails using Outlook or that one which makes use of your Outlook Address Book.
Express ClickYes vs. ClickYes Pro. Which one suits you better.
ClickYes Software is your helping hand in solving issues caused by these Outlook warnings. There are two
versions available at the moment: Express ClickYes
ClickYes Pro 2010
Both of them work in the background. You will hardly ever remember of ClickYes once it was installed and
configured. Both of them are for allowing your email application work without any delays. But though they are
very similar by name, they are completely different from each other by design.
While Express ClickYes
just clicks the Yes
button on behalf of you, ClickYes Pro
Outlook security settings and prevents the Outlook security prompts from appearing at all.
The table below answers the questions asked most frequently. It will help you to decide which ClickYes version
suits you better.
|ClickYes Pro 2010
|Does it eliminate the annoying Microsoft Outlook security warnings?
|Can I control when the software is active or inactive?
|Does it allow to configure which programs can access Outlook address book or send
emails using Outlook?
|Does it work when the workstation (server) is locked or a password-protected screen
saver is running?
|Does it work under Windows Terminal Services or Citrix environment?
Find out more on Server Edition here...
|Does it allow to send emails immediately without 5-second delay (for Outlook 2003)?
|What Microsoft Outlook versions is it compatible with?
|- Why should I take your word for it?
- No, you should not. Just download the software, and give it a try on your computer completely free of
|Okay, how much does it cost?
|See prices here...
|Where can I find out more about this software?
|Find out more...
|Find out more...
Download your free copy and give it a try
Once again, you should not take our word for it. Download the software right now, install it on your computer
and check if it suits you.
Still have unanswered questions or need some more information.
ClickYes Pro 2010
is installed under a particular user account and uses different settings for all computer
users. This gives administrators a flexibility, but requires configuring ClickYes Pro for any separate user.
ClickYes Pro 2010 Server Edition
uses common configuration settings for all user accounts on the computer
where it is installed. Administrators can configure a single profile for all users. Only users with
administrative privileges can change settings, save or load profiles, activate or deactivate applications, add
(remove) applications to the list of allowed applications.
If you are an administrator interested in ClickYes Pro,
Download Free Evaluation Copy of ClickYes Pro
2010 Server Edition and try it out.
Let us know if ClickYes helps you
Please let us know if ClickYes helps you and cures your software. If you don't mind, tell us the software name
and the issue you faced. We'll compile the list of such a programs, which for sure will be very helpful for
people having the same software.
If you still have questions or concerns regarding security, an ability to spread a macro virus or something
else, don't hesitate to contact us using the form below.
Post your questions and comments
Please let us know what features you would like to see in the next program release. Your questions, comments,
suggestions and feature requests are greatly appreciated.