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CFINCLUDE equivalent for HTML only

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Is there CFINCLUDE equivalent tag that would include some html file, but would not process any CFM?

Basically I allow users to save files using my interface.

Then on my page I have the following structure:

.....my code (necessary)......
<cfinclude template="usersfile.html">
.....my code (necessary)......

Everything is fine except that user can potentially put CFM code to his file and get control of the server.

So how do I do that "cfinclude" without processing CFML inside usersfile.html

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