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Removing a Personal File in Outlook 2003

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I have been using Outlook 2003 with exchange and somehow (I don't know how) I have an additional "Mailbox" personal folder.  I have removed my Exchange Account, but this folder is still listed.  I can't open any of the folders in the file, and when I right click and try to "close" it I get an error saying that it is associated with an account that I must remove.  However, I do not have that account on the system?  Any ideas?

-Phil Grimpo
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recreate your profile, and the personal folder will disappear
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