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Programming Applications for Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 by Ryan Gregg, Randy Byrne

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Chapter 19. Trust and Security

This chapter covers how Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 handles security for the object model and other application programming interfaces (APIs) provided by Outlook. If you are not familiar with the Outlook object model guard, you learn how Outlook enforces code and attachment security. This chapter helps you understand which methods and properties are protected by the guard and how you can write a trusted add-in that does not display security prompts to the user. You also learn how administrator policy can trust add-ins in a locked-down environment and how to control code security settings via policy. Specifically, this chapter discusses the following:

  • What is the Outlook object model guard?

  • More about code security ...

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