Attached Mailbox Exchange 2010

Hello  Experts,

I have a situation where I cannot detach an exchange mailbox.  I am the Exchange Admin and I attached to several mailboxes during a recent mail move.  I was able to detach all but one, and as a matter of fact it follows me where ever I go.  It is not listed under account settings/change/more settings/advanced.  If I remove it from the registry, close outlook and reopen outlook it returns to the registry.   If I log on to a pc that I have not previously logged onto and create an Outlook profile the mailbox is listed.   This has to be an Exchange setting somewhere but I cannot find it.  I have Exchange 2010 and all clients are using Outlook 2010.  It does not appear in OWA that I can tell.  

If I try to remove my permission by issuing the remove-mailboxpermission  for the mailbox in question the following message is received:

WARNING: An inherited access control entry has been specified: [Rights: CreateChild, Delete, ReadControl, WriteDacl,WriteOwner, ControlType: Allow]  and was ignored on object "CN=Doe\, John H.,OU=Mail,DC=test,DC=local".

Can anyone help?

Thanks in advance,
Bob
NMLLCSys AdminAsked:
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Nick RhodeIT DirectorCommented:
Did you remove yourself from Full Access permissions on the mailbox itself?

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NMLLCSys AdminAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the quick reply Nick, yes, via EMC I am no longer listed as having full access permission.
NMLLCSys AdminAuthor Commented:
Time heals it just disappeared.
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