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Delete an email account in Windows Mobile 6.1

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I'm trying to configure the PDA with MS Exchange settings. The settings I used didn't work so I went to edit or delete the settings and I'm not able to. I go to Start, Messaging and have 4 entries; Text/MMS Messages, Outlook E-mail, Sample Account and Setup Email. When I first went to Setup Email I was given the option for MS Exchange setup. Since my unsuccessful attempt created the account Outlook Email I've not been able to edit it or delete it. Any new accounts I try to create do not give me the option for MS Exchange. Short of a reset of the device, how do I delete or edit the Outlook Email account so I can create a new one to access MS Exchange?
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On your mobile device,

Go to Start -> Active Sync
Click  Menu - >  Options
Choose Microsoft Exchange
Click on Menu-> Delete
NOTE : This will delete all your e-mail, contacts and calendar entries that were synchronized using the old exchange server.
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Thanks, this did the trick nicely
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