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This used to work well but when the laptop came back from the repaircenter we had to reinstall it.

I'm using Outlook 2007 SP3 MSO and downloaded the latest Kerio Connector.

After the install of the connector an upgrade of it took place.

When I try to configure the mailsettings I either get:

Error code 0x80080005 or if I manage to set it up then I get that the maps can't be opened because the KOFMSP.DLL is not running. I checked my system and there is no such dll. I have a KOFMSP32.DLL

Any idea what is wrong ?
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Reinstalled the computer with a Win 7 Professional 64-bit but the problem stays the same.
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Reinstalled a Win 7 Professional 32 bit this time but the error remains. All the rest seems to be working fine.

Checked the path and that's correct. Anyone has an idea what is going wrong ?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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I recommend to uninstall Kerio Outlook Connector (as the version you installed originally does not match the server version).
Then run Outlook and create new profile with no email.
Then download correct version of Kerio Outlook Connector from server's Integration page and install it.

The error usually happens when something went wrong during downgrade/upgrade process.
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I managed to get permission to update the mail server. Now the client doesn't update and it works !
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