Exchange Server/Office 365 users of Outlook might see ‘Bing Maps’ links above messages, like this
They appear when Outlook detects a physical address in this message body (which it does with mixed success). Click on the ‘Bing Maps’ link to open up a web page.
You might not like this link, so how to get rid of it?
Hunting around Outlook File | Options or File | Options | Add-ins won’t do you any good. Where is it hiding?
Bing Maps is an Exchange Server add-in (not an Outlook add-in) so you need to go to your Exchange Server user account to make the change.
Do that from File | Info | Manage Addins or open up Outlook Web Access in your browser and go to Settings | Manage Apps.
Either way will take you to the Manage Apps page.
And there it is! Select Bing Maps and then Disable from the right-hand pane.
In case you were wondering, we don’t know of a ‘Google Maps’ add-in. You have to select the address, copy then paste into the search field of your favorite mapping service.