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Importing Calendars in Outlook 2007 tags entries with "Copy"

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Does anyone know an easy way to avoid or resolve the issue I am seeing whereby calendar entries that are imported into Outlook 2007 from a previously exported .pst file are tagged wth "Copy"?  

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This is the feature of Outlook 2007 SP2 and above.
Check this article, which might be helpful.
http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/calendar/copy-is-prefixed-meeting-subject/
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Thanks.  I was proposing to use this as the method by which we migrate to a new Exchange server from a previously hosted email platform. It looks like these copied calendar entries won't receive updates.  Is there a different/better way to import mailboxes?
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Have lived with it.
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