If you find that the user is denied access from doing this, then you can first put the folder into a .PST file...
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and then move it back to Exchange public folders when logged on with an administrative account.
To prevent the user from doing this again, log on as a user with administrative rights on the public folder, right-click it within Microsoft Outlook and select the "Permissions" tab. Add the particular user and grant her the desired rights.
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