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Export Outlook Calendar Information to RSS

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Hi ...

Is it possible to export (manually or automatic) summary calendar information from Microsoft Outlook to RSS format?  

This is so that we can display class information via our digital signage system (Xibo)
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I am not sure how you will handle this.

if i am correct you can export calendar data to excel

http://office.microsoft.com/en-in/outlook-help/export-calendar-data-to-excel-HP001087241.aspx

once that is done, then create RSS Feed with Excel

http://www.automateexcel.com/2004/12/15/create_an_rss_feed_with_excel/

Note:- I have not tried it so first check it out if its works
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Thanks for response ... I didnt think there would a straightforward way of doing this.  So this might be the only option.
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