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Moving a shared calendar from one public folder to another

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I am trying to move a calendar from one pulic folder to another public folder. I get an error saying "You do not have permission to create a subfolder under this folder. To check your permissions for the folder right-click the top-level...........". I am a domain admin. I checked the client permissions and administrative permissions in Exchange Administrator and I am in there with full access. Where else do I need to check? I am using Outlook 2010 with Exchange 2003.
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On the Target Public Folder Where you are trying to move the Calendar, Do you have the Owner Permission on that Public Folder.
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Yes I do.
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Are you able to create another Public Folder under the Target Folder and Post Items there.
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Yes
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Ok how are you trying to move the Calendar?
Are you trying to drag and drop the Calendar from one Folder to the Other.
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I found the problem. I took a closer look at the permissions and the create subsubfolders was not checked. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.
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