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Outlook 2010 Administration Tab Missing

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i have a calendar set up in my public folders that was created in an earlier version of outlook and has been carried over to new versions over the years. when i moved to outlook 2010 i lost the ability to edit the moderation of the folder because the administration tab is missing when i go to the properties. my workaround so far is to dig up an old machine that has outlook 2007 then i have the administration tab which enables me to set moderators for the folder. how can i get the administration tab back in outlook 2010 or where is the moderator setting hidden? Thanks

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MS AD 2008 R2
Exchange 2010
Outlook 2010 Professional Plus version 14.0.6129.2000
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If you don't have the admin tab, you don't have the necessary permissions to make changes to the folder properties. The admin needs to make you folder owner.
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