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Administrator: can't open other users' folders with Exch 2000?

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We migrated our email from Exchange 5.5 to 2000.

Everyone is using Outlook 2000, XP, and we have couple people using 2003.

As the Administrator for the office I am unable to use Outlook 2000, XP, or 2003 to open other users' folders.  Since the upgrade, however, I am getting an error message that it cannot open it.  Specific error msg is:
"Unable to display the folder.  The <foldername> could not be found."

I am assuming that by default the admin can no longer open other users' folders.  I also tried making myself a member of the Exchange Enterprise Server group, but that didn't help either.

Is there somewhere I can give myself that permission again?

The reason is when employee's are no longer with the company we like to zip the information onto a CD. Is there an easy way I can do this from my desktop?
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