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Hi, I have a public folder set up with many sub-folders off it, yet these sub-folders are not available to me when I access the public folder, just the inbox, despite the fact that I have owner permissions on the entire account.....

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I would check your permissions again.
Having owner permissions (or whatever) at the top level does not give you permissions to the folders below. PF permissions are only propagated down when the folder is first created. If you change permissions afterwards then those changes are not pushed down.

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