Control which applications have access to your Microsoft Outlook email account with this program that allows you to block CDO messaging.
- ClickYes Pro SE
- Version:2010 126.96.36.199
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
ClickYes Pro SE Description
Microsoft Outlook is one of the most used email managers, employed both on a personal scale and at a corporate level. As such, multiple plug-ins and standalone programs have been devised to help users get the most value out of the Microsoft suite.
Control access to Outlook emails
Allowing users to block applications from reading emails and accessing the Outlook account, ClickYes Pro SE is one such program. It is a standalone program that also features two optional add-ins, one for Word, and one for Outlook, which can be activated in the settings window.
Outlook users will find it is extremely easy to employ and even newcomers can start blocking or restricting programs’ access to the email manager with just a few mouse clicks. The program features only one window and a few simple, but informative buttons control the application’s functions.
Deny programs from sending emails on user’s behalf
Another great feature is the ability to control which functions are allowed for applications, concerning Microsoft Outlook. At its most restrictive level, one can block any access to the email account. But the real power of this program lies in its flexibility. With it, one can disable specific features, such as CDO messaging, as well as Outlook automation scripting.
There are two methods of targeting applications: the software can intercept programs that attempt to access the email manager in real-time, or users can simply define the location of the source tool. Once targets have been defined, the program displays all entries in a list, allowing users to monitor the protection. Detailed records of all operations are kept in a local LOG document.
The utility blocks or restricts access to users’ Outlook accounts and emails
All things considered, ClickYes Pro SE is a good, albeit somewhat expensive tool for Microsoft Outlook users.