PST import did not bring in Calendar items

We just migrated to Hosted Exchange and imported all mail items from pst files.  

One user's calendar items did not come in.  

This user had been using iCloud to sync their phone with their old pop3 email account.  

Their iPhone and iPad both have all their calendar items that they need in Outlook.

 Is their a way to import the calendar items from the iphone or ipad into Outlook?

Any help is appreciated

Thank you,

cja
cja-tech-guyAsked:
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TechBentoCommented:
You can export and then import the calendar.

Export a calendar in OS X Lion
Open iCal.
Click the Calendars button to show the Calendar list, if it's not already displayed.
Select one of the calendars in the Calendar list.
Choose File > Export > Export.
Choose where you want to save the calendar.
Click Export.
Repeat with each calendar that you want to copy.

Download a calendar from iCloud.com
Go to iCloud Calendar at iCloud.com and sign in with your Apple ID.
Publicly share the calendar.
Copy the URL (web address) of the shared calendar and paste it into the address field in your browser. Don't press Enter or Return.
Change "webcal" to "http" and press Enter or Return. An ICS file will download to your default download location.
Add the calendar to a calendar client, such as Calendar or iCal on a Mac, or Outlook on a Windows computer.
Stop sharing the calendar.

Export a calendar in Outlook 2007 or later
Open Outlook. In Outlook 2010 or later, go to Calendar.
Select the calendar you want to copy in the Calendar list.
Deselect all other calendars.
Choose File > Save As. In Outlook 2010 or later, choose File > Save Calendar.
Click More Options to adjust the date range and amount of detail to include in the calendar (this will vary depending on your version of Outlook).
Click OK.
Choose where you want to save the calendar, then click Save.
Repeat with each calendar you want to copy.
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