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exporting calender events from a user to a shared mailbox, outlook 2007 exchange 2007

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I have been asked to merge all calendar events from a former employees calendar into a calendar attached to a shared mailbox. I have created the mailbox and and I did an export of the users calendar to a PST. I then imported the PST of the user into the shared mailbox calendar. The data came over ok but none of the color categories came over and worse yet every event has the word COPY in front of it. Is there a way to get all the COPY entries out and or recover the colors? Maybe I should have copied or imported this a different way?
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