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- How to prevent Outlook from sending email when add-ins are not loaded
- Once it is opened, navigate to the following path:
- How to stop Outlook from sending email when add-ins are not loaded
- To know more about these steps, read on.
- Set the value data to 1 and click the OK button.
- How do I disable Outlook Add-ins without opening Outlook?
- How do I stop Outlook from displaying Add-ins?
prevent Outlook from sending email when add-ins are not loaded, customize the email client’s settings. In the “Advanced” tab, select “Load Add-ins” under “Other.” Doing so will block the Outlook email client from sending any email until the add-ins are not loaded.
How to prevent Outlook from sending email when add-ins are not loaded
To prevent Outlook from sending email when add-ins are not loaded, follow these steps.
- Search for gpedit.msc and click on search result.
- Navigate to Trust Center in User Configuration.
- Double-click on the Block send when web add-ins can’t load setting.
- Choose the Enabled option.
- Click the OK button.
Let’s check out these steps in detail to learn more.
In order to use this method, you must install the Administrative templates of Office. To begin, search for ‘gpedit.msc’ and click on the corresponding search result to open the Local Group Policy Editor on your computer.
User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Microsoft Outlook 2016 > Security > Trust Center
In the Trust Center folder, you can find a setting called Block send if web add-ins can’t load. Double-click on this setting and choose the Enabled option to turn it on.
Once you’re happy with the change, click the OK button to save it and restart the Outlook app. However, if you want to be able to send an email even when Outlook can’t load all of the add-ins, you can open the same setting and choose the “Not Configured” option.
How to stop Outlook from sending email when add-ins are not loaded
To keep Outlook from sending email when add-ins are not loaded, do the following:
- To open the Run prompt, press Win+R on your keyboard.
- Type in ‘regedit’ and hit the Enter key.
- Click the Yes button.
- Go to Microsoft\Office\16.0 in User Configuration.
- There’s a new key in town, and it’s called outlook!
- Right-click on outlook > security > New.
- CreateRight-click on security and select New > DWORD (32-bit) Value.
- Waiting for add-ins to load before sending.
- Click on the Value data and set it to 1.
- Click the OK button and restart your computer.
To know more about these steps, read on.
To open the Registry Editor on your computer, first press Win+R, type regedit, and then hit the Enter button. After the Registry Editor opens, click the Yes button in the UAC prompt.
Following that, navigate to this path:
Right-click on the 16.0 key and select New > Key.Name the new key as “outlook” and set its value to 1.
After that, create a ‘REG_DWORD’ value. To do that, right-click on ‘security’ > ‘New’ > ‘DWORD (32-bit) Value’ and set the name as ‘onsendaddinswaitforload’.
Finally, to get the change, you need to restart yourFinally, to get the change, you’ll need to restart your computer. However, if you want to set the factory defaults, you’ll need to select the REG_DWORD value. To do that, right-click on onsendaddinswaitforload and select the Delete option. Click the Yes button to confirm.
How do I disable Outlook Add-ins without opening Outlook?
As of now, you can’t disable Outlook add-ins without opening the Outlook client on Windows 10 or Windows 11. Add-ins are a part of Outlook, and you need to open the app to manage them. However, if you want to disable them, you can go to File > Manage Add-ins.
How do I stop Outlook from displaying Add-ins?
The visibility of add-ins can be managed from the Outlook management panel. To access it, open Outlook and click on the “File” option. Then select “Manage Add-ins.” From there, you can add or remove ticks from the corresponding add-ins that you want to show or hide.