Outlook 2013 - Folder icon shows two directional arrows

We have an end-users Outlook which is showing the majority of her custom folder showing a folder icon with a two directional arrow overlay. From my research this means it's shared out. I've removed any permissions except for Anonymous and Default, which are set to None. But the arrows continues to stay.
Scotch TechITAsked:
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Alexei KuznetsovMicrosoft Outlook MVPCommented:
You've removed all permissions including herself?
Scotch TechITAuthor Commented:
Herself wasn't listed on the majority of them, so no I left herself on those that had her.
Scotch TechITAuthor Commented:
Also, I've tried to rectify it via several options, and one works but very cumbersome:

Option1: Create new folder and move emails. This works.
Opttion2: Export via Exchange, delete original folder, then import. Does not work, it seems to import the issue as well.

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Scotch TechITAuthor Commented:
mine was the only solution
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