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ActiveSync Outlook corporate email on smart devices

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Is anyone else experiencing the issue of getting the error message that they can't sync their device with their corporate email due to exceeding 10 partnerships?    Is this a new problem with Outlook 2013?   How does this problem get fixed?
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To fix this problem sign in to Outlook Web App, click Options > Phone > Mobile Phones, and delete any unused partnerships.
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