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I found this entry in my Win10 workstations with Office365:
This is EventID 68 in the Application Log:

Security warning loading KOFSTR.DLL. This MAPI provider DLL might be harmful to your system. You should only load DLLs from trusted providers that have been registered in MapiSvc.Inf. This provider DLL will be blocked in a future Outlook client update and its functionality will no longer be available. For more information about registering provider DLLs, see https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2009861&clcid=0x 409.

There is an identical entry calling out KOFXP.DLL right under it.

This is a better link to the MS tech doc.

I found MapiSvc.inf in this location:
and I see a bunch of Kerio entries in it so I'm not sure why the OS thinks the DLLs are not registered in this .inf file.

I wanted to put this out there.

[Updated on: Fri, 16 November 2018 21:58]

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