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Your administrator can then run the following Power Shell command in the Exchange Management Shell: If you want to re-add the mailbox again, there is no need for you to bother your Exchange administrator and ask him/her to reset the auto-mapping attribute.
When someone “owns” a large Shared Mailbox account (e.g., having many large attachments), or has extensive privileges to a Shared Mailbox account, the local online cache (OST file) of their Outlook client becomes too large.
Most likely, this isn’t going to bring you anything though.
More likely is that you are have been granted “Full Access” permissions on the mailbox by your Exchange administrator.
In that case, the additional mailbox is being added automatically via the “Auto-Mapping” feature of Exchange.
It will enable network connection, search for the email account settings and log on to the server to confirm that all is fine.Check out this knowledge base article I found in the West Virginia University knowledge base.https://wvu.teamdynamix.com/TDClient/KB/Article Det? ID=15142 Shared Mailbox Accounts and Outlook's Offline Cache Shared Mailbox accounts have the potential to greatly impact the size and performance of a user's offline cache file in the Outlook client.For more information about the Set-Mailbox Sent Items Configuration cmdlet, see the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article: 2632409 Messages sent by using the "Send As" and "Send on behalf" permissions are only copied to the Sent Items folder of the sender in an Exchange Server 2010 environment Note The Message Copy For Sent As Enabled and Message Copy For Send On Behalf Enabled settings are not supported if the user mailbox and shared mailbox are located in different environments (cloud and on-premises).The settings are supported only if both mailboxes are in the same environment (cloud or on-premises).