Outlook message - "program is trying to access e-mail address info"

I only get this when my computer boots up and I launch Outlook.
If I close and re-open Outlook, the message does not come back up. But if I restart the computer, the message will come back up when I launch Outlook.
I've been clicking "Deny".


Text of screenshot: "A program is trying to access e-mail address information stored in Outlook. If this is unexpected, click Deny and verify your antivirus software is up-to-date. For more information about e-mail safety and how you might be able to avoid getting this warning, click Help." Then option for "Allow access for [x minute]", Allow/Deny/Help buttons.

Would an add-on be causing this? Or another program, such as Lync 2010? I checked autoruns and don't see anything running at logon that could be causing this to come up.
Anyway to just get rid of the alert?
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Lync does access Outlook in order to sync calendar data as well as contacts.  It would be nice if that was a little more descriptive.  Do you have any more info?
The thing that bothers me is that Lync should be a trusted replication/synchronization source so that should not be coming up

Do you have Microsoft Active Sync, Pam software or any other synchronization software?
garryshapeAuthor Commented:
Unfortunately that's all I can gather. I checked event log and this message doesn't show up there. I just show add-ons and Outlook loading, but never an error or warning or information containing this message.

I did try closing Lync and Outlook, then re-opening in order, but the message did not come back up. It's only after I reboot.

Maybe I'll remove Lync from startup then reboot and try Outlook.
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Yeah, I don't think ti is Lync though.  Lync should be transparent.  I would proceed out of curiosity but I would also do a complete uninstall to be sure to remove the variable completely.

What is in your addins section for Outlook

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I would be curious to see an .ARN file from Autoruns (In the Options of Autoruns, uncheck "Hide MS and Windows Entries").....
garryshapeAuthor Commented:
Yeah it's an add-on!
Custom built-one by a dev team no documentation of course.

I wonder how I can add the add-on to trusted so that it doesn't keep prompting
garryshapeAuthor Commented:
Issue is add-on. Dev's have to redo it.
Thanks for help
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