How do you move outlook 2011 for Mac emails into an olm file?

With outlook for windows users can create a pst file and drag/drop emails into it without issues.  They can then copy/move that pst file as is to another computer again without issues.

Now with Outlook 2011 for Mac is there a way I can perform those same actions?  It doesn't seem I can do that with an olm file unless I re-export the entire structure to a new olm file.

Please advise.
jmachado81Asked:
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strungCommented:
Unfortunately, I think that is the case.

Outlook for Mac does not store everything in one file, like Outlook for Windows.  Instead, in Outlook 2011, each item is stored as a separate file, which makes indexing with Spotlight for searching much simpler. The files are in "~/Documents/Microsoft User Data/Office 2011 Identities/Main Identity". Under that directory, e-mail is stored in "Data Records/Messages".

Outlook 2011, then maintains a database in /users/username/Documents/Microsoft User Data/Office 2011 Identities/Main Identity/Database to keep track of the individual messages.
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jmachado81Author Commented:
From reading that, are you stating there is no way a Mac can behave like windows outlook?  No way to update an archive file without running an export within outlook for Mac...

It seems that my options always include file > export or creating an mbox file.
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