Outlook 2007 problems in creating sub-folders in Public Folders

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Hi, I'm having trouble in creating sub-folders in Public Folders in Outlook 2007 client. When I right clicked in Outlook and try to create the folder, I always get the following error: "Cannot create the folder. You do not have permission to create subfolder under this folder. To check your permissions for the folder, right-click the top-level folder, and then click Properties on the shortcut menu. See the folder owner or your administrator to change your permissions." I've tried the right click>properties solution but I could only see GENERAL tab in the Public Folders Properties. There is no other tabs such as PERMISSIONS or ADMINISTRATION. Hence I could not know who is the folder owner. My current condition: - my user role is already as administrator - web hosting> Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 - using Outlook 2007 client I'm dying for a solution. Thank you very much in advance. Best regards, Adji

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Time to call your Exchange web host and have them check the permissions on the folder for you and see who the owner is. You do not have permission to create folders just as the error indicates. The Exchange admins can give you the information you need regarding who owns that public folder.

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