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Outlook 2010 Shared Calendar Doesn't Display Category Colors

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I am using Outlook 2010 in an Exchange 2013 environment.  I created a calendar and added new categories and renamed existing categories to better color code the calendar items.  When I share the calendar with editor permissions they cannot see the colors on the shared calendar.

Is this because they do not have my category list?

How can I update their category list to include my categories or  share my categories?
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