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Exporting Outlook 2010 Calender to HTML, need help

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So we have been upgrading users to office 2010 and our intranet site uses HTML to upload calenders for the website well Office 2010 no longer allows exporting to HTML format its a ical format which i am assuming is used for Sharepoint.  So my question is does anyone know of a 3rd party tool or solution other then exporting to gmail that allows outlook 2010 to export calenders to a HTML format?  Any help would be appricated.
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by:Raymond Peng
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In Calendar > Go to File > Save as Web Page.

This will save in html format.
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by:briggsa
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That is not an option in Office 2010 like i stated in my issue at the top.  Office 2007 has it but removed in 2010, the only option i have is iCalendar Format .ics
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Web browser support is removed in Outlook 2010. The following related features have also been removed.

View Web pages within Outlook

Save as Web Page option for Calendar

Search the Internet within Outlook

Navigate to Web pages within Outlook

 Note:
If you want an alternative way to save your calendar as a webpage, insert your calendar into an e-mail message and then save it as an .html file by using the following method. After you create the file, you can configure it by using Microsoft Word 2010.
To save your calendar as a webpage:
On the ribbon, click New E-mail.

In the body of the e-mail message, position your cursor where you want to insert your calendar.

On the Insert tab, click Calendar.

On the Date Range drop-down list, select the date range that you want to include for your calendar and then click OK.

On the File tab, click Save As, and then do the following in the Save As dialog box:

In the navigation pane, click the folder where you want to save the file.

In the File name box, type the name that you want to use for your calendar

On the Save as type drop-down list, select HTML.

Click Save.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc179110.aspx
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by:briggsa
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It isnt exactly what i hoped for but it sounds like the best we can do currently with 2010 outlook, thank you very much!
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