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如何还原丢失的Outlook规则中的运行脚本选项?

作者:凯莉 最后修改时间:2023-12-22

在某些版本的 Outlook 中,特别是在最近的更新中,作为安全措施,“运行脚本”选项可能默认被禁用。要激活 Outlook 中的“运行脚本”选项,从而能够使用 VBA 脚本创建规则,您通常需要修改特定的注册表设置。继续阅读有关如何执行此操作的详细说明。


启用 Outlook 中缺少的“运行脚本”选项

恢复丢失的 运行脚本 Outlook 规则向导中的选项, 首先确保 Outlook 已关闭,然后继续执行以下步骤:

  1. WIN + R 钥匙一起打开 运行 对话框。在此对话框中,键入 注册表编辑器 然后单击 OK 按钮。
  2. 在弹出来的 用户帐户控制 对话框,请点击 Premium Partner 按钮。
  3. 注册表编辑器 窗口,导航到以下路径以访问 安保行业 环境: HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Office \ 16.0 \ Outlook \ Security
  4. 上点右键 安保行业 键,然后选择 全新 > DWORD(32位)值.
  5. 将创建的 DWORD 命名为 启用UnsafeClientMailRules.
  6. 双击 启用UnsafeClientMailRules DWORD 打开 编辑DWORD(32位)值 对话框。 类型 1 ,在 起息日 框,然后单击 OK.
  7. 重新启动您的 Microsoft Outlook。

通过执行上述步骤,您将能够在 Outlook 中创建规则时找到并使用“运行脚本”选项。


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You switched from 32 bit to 64 bit without explanation. See "New > DWORD (32-BIT Value)" then after "6. In the Edit QWORD (64-BIT)". Which is it ? Or is it both?
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Sorry for the confusion. It should be the DWORD (32-bit) Value. And I've fixed it in the tutorial. 🙂
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You change from DWORD to QWORD at the end.
It should be DWORD
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Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I've made the necessary correction in the tutorial.
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Great! Thanks
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This worked for me in Outlook for Office 365. Once point to clarify, the instructions flip-flop between DWORD and QWORD, which are mutually exclusive. I used DWORD and it worked.
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I also didn't have a security folder. To get around the issue, I set a rule to forward all emails fitting a specific rule to IFTTT so I can use their automation instead. Won't work for everybody, and attachments get a long number added to them if saving to Dropbox.
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what applet did you use on IFTTT, or did you make your own?
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I set an email trigger, and set the action to be to save to Dropbox. However, I've since switched to Microsoft Flow for saving Gmail directly to Dropbox. My specific goal was to save Gmail attachments to Dropbox, and Flow worked best for that after IFTTT dropped support for reading emails from Gmail.
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I Don't Have a security folder after HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Outlook
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It's because Microsoft has yet again changed something concerning this feature. Most likely, this registry key path has completely changed, or has been outright omitted. I have a Premier Support ticket open with MS currently to have them provide us the CORRECT registry setting for Office2016/2019 current monthly channel to bring the Run a Script in Rules Actions back. It is completely unacceptable for MS to continue to alter/omit features like this without clear & priority notification to clients. I understand the security risks behind using such a feature, but in certain scenarios, this still is used.
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By playing around I found the correct key:
Computer\HKEY_USERS\{whichevertheuserkeyis}\Software\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Outlook\Security

So do not use HKEY_Current_User, instead use HKEY_USERS
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This doesn't seem to work for Outlook 2013. Is there a method that will work for this version? Also, your instructions reference DWORD and the images imply QWORD.
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For 2013 I used HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Outlook\Security and DWORD EnableUnsafeClientMailRules with value 1.
Each version of office has its own folder in "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\"

You also need to allow the macro to run in outlook 2013:

File -> Options -> Trust Centre -> Trust centre settings
-> Macro settings -> "Notifications for all macros"

This will ask you to allow the macro the first time the rule runs, but be careful not to allow any other unknown macros during day to day use. You could also use a digitally signed macro, and only allow digitally signed ones to run.

Then create your script, create a rule that runs it, and you should be set.
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Did not work for me.  I have Outlook 2013, but maybe now that Office 365 has overstepped this setting somehow.  I have the trust settings enabled to notify for all Macros.
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DWORD or QWORD? A bit confusing to understand which to use... Had to create DWORD to make it work. Thanks
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Do You have instructions how to enable this option also for outlook 2010?
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Thank You! It worked for me and as mentioned in one of the comments below, Step 6 was DWORD dialogue box for me.
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