Outlook 2013 showing items from a deleted un-related profile

I had 2 mail profiles in Outlook 2013 and deleted them both, including the contents of C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\ and re-created just one of them.

Now I'm seeing the other one that I deleted (Called CC) as an added mailbox to Outlook profile!

Does anyone know how I can delete it?

Outlook tree and absence of the additional profile in settings
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Graham HirstIT EngineerAsked:
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mmichaCommented:
I'd make sure at the server level you don't have permission to the CC mailbox.  It is possible it is automapping it to you.

http://www.msexchange.org/articles-tutorials/exchange-server-2010/management-administration/mailbox-auto-mapping-exchange-server-2010-part1.html
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Nick RhodeIT DirectorCommented:
You would have to remove full access to the mailbox if you are using exchange.  If you want to keep full access you can use this and then add the mailbox as a delegate in your screenshot.

Exchange Powershell

Set-MailboxPermission "*Target User*" -User "*User*" -AccessRights FullAccess -Automapping $false
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Graham HirstIT EngineerAuthor Commented:
As we have Exchange 2010 SP2, mmicha's answer was the best, although I did have to sift through the link and didn't find my answer until I got to the end of the second page!

In a nutshell, the fix was as follows:

Add-MailboxPermission –Identity <unwanted profile> –User <my account> –AccessRights FullAccess –AutoMapping $false

I then had to log out of Windows and back in again for Outlook to pick up the changes.

Thanks Guys
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