From the Microsoft Dynamics CRM blogs: Hiding email warnings; Maintaining the Outlook Client; Disaster recovery; Retrieving OptionSet labels

Hiding Email Script Warnings: Gustaf Westerlund, Microsoft MVP, says some of you might have noticed that when you're working with emails there are some rather nasty warnings about scripts in the emails. Because these warnings take up quite a lot of real estate on the screen, many users would just like to hide them. But that's not so easy to do because there's no simple configuration to remove them.

"A customer of ours at CRM-Konsulterna had this problem and we solved this for them. However, the solution is not kosher, meaning that it is unsupported. It is also not very large so we thought we'd share it with the community so the annoying problem [will] go away until Microsoft fixes it, which they hopefully will have done in Orion."


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