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Mass Categorize Calendars in Outlook  2010 and 2013

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I have both Outlook 2010 and 2013 installed on my PC, following the purchase of Office 365 through GoDaddy.   Since having purchased the software, I have accepted new employment, and as a result, I have created a separate profile for my employment related activities.

My company uses multiple corporate calendars, and I noticed that one shows as a Shared Calendar while another shows up under Other Calendars.

I am trying to get these calendars to sync with my Android Galaxy S5 using CompanionLink Professional (on the desktop) and DejaOffice (on the device).  

In order for CompanionLink to work, it requires that whatever I want to sync be categorized.   I therefore need to categorize all of the calendar entries in mass, but I cannot figure out how to do this.  Further, all future entries, as they are automatically updated by others in the organization, would also have to be categorized the same way as soon as they appear on the calendar.

Is there some way to have the different calendars, such as "management calendar" and "production calendar" always automatically categorize themselves, once the calendar entries populate onto the respective calendars?   The categories would simply be things such as "management calendar" and "production calendar" and every entry on each of the respective calendars would need to be categorized that way.

Without this, CompanionLink will not work.
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