As a new network administrator for our organization, I am attempting to clean up the Microsoft Outlook public folder tree.
I am running into a problem while trying to delete non-used/old Outlook public folders. I am unable to delete a public folder; I don't have permissions. The public folder's author/owner/creator has left the organization and the former network administrator had deleted the user from Active Directory.
We are running a Windows 2000 Server operating system with Exchange Server 2003.
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