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Sunday, May 02, 2004


Chris McKenzie

This is fairly clever--but aren't you still sending the user/pass as clear text across the net?



Yes, I should have noted that in the article. This works very similar to basic authentication. You should use https when using it because the username and passwords will be transmitted in clear text.

air jordans

Writing an exact man,i admire you.

Chanel J12

Your words help a lot, thanks!


Did not work for me too. Until I Looked at the code to debug and realized the prrgaom needs to be restarted.Restart Outlook to take affect.The only Problem I have know is changing the font as I don't like the one it is using but at least its better then Plain Text

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