Microsoft Outlook Setup for Autobahn DX and PDF Junction

Microsoft Outlook Setup for Autobahn DX and PDF Junction

This blog illustrates how to make Microsoft Outlook ready for Autobahn DX Server and PDF Junction.

As mentioned in one of the previous blogs, one of the core reason for the failure of the conversion process ‘Convert any document to PDF’ in Autobahn and PDF Junction is caused by pop-up dialogs being displayed from Office products during the PDF conversion.  This blog is aimed at eliminating the general pop-ups which are generated by following these steps.


Microsoft Outlook Setup

  • Log-on to the computer as the user configured for the BCL easyPDF SDK 6 Loader service (or the account you created in ‘AUTOBAHN DX WINDOWS SERVICE’).
  • Start Microsoft Outlook. This will force the application to register itself.
  • Close all the pop-ups that appear during Word initialization.








  • Press ‘Next’ on the window below.













  • Select ‘No’ on the following window.













  • Select ‘Continue with no-email support’ on the following window and then press ‘Finish’.













  • Press either ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ on the following RSS Feeds message.









  • Now select Options from within Outlook and open the ‘Trust Center’, here choose the option ‘Programmatic Access’ and select ‘Never warn me about suspcious activity’ as shown below (User Access Control needs to be switched off, in order for you change this value).
















  •  Now close Outlook and as a test open it to see if you’re prompted with any messages.  If you have any questions please email
  • Please note that, Office 2007 32bit + Microsoft Office XPS Add-in is required to convert emails on 32bit Operating Systems and Office 2010 64bit is required to convert emails on 64bit Operating Systems.


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Neil Pitman founded Aquaforest Limited in 2001 and is the chief architect for the company’s PDF and OCR software products used by thousands of organizations ranging from NASA to the Dutch Ministerie van Justitie. Neil has 30 years’ experience in the software industry in the UK and USA in the areas of database systems, document management and software development tools and has served on the IDT committees of the British Standards Institute (BSI) and was a co-author of the BSI’s 2007 publication on the Long Term Preservation of Digital Documents.