Posting an Outlook calendar to a website

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Fredly

My company website in being hosted on a webserver that is NOT WebDEV enabled.

I have an Outlook 2007 calendar that I would like to save and post on our

website. The only file type that I can Save As is .ics

Does anyone know how to save this calendar in a format that I can use on my

public website. I figure there's got to be a way to do this....
 
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Vince Averello

See if any of the ideas here help:

http://www.slipstick.com/calendar/olpubcal.asp

"Fredly" <Fredly> wrote in message

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> My company website in being hosted on a webserver that is NOT WebDEV
> enabled.
> I have an Outlook 2007 calendar that I would like to save and post on our
> website. The only file type that I can Save As is .ics
> Does anyone know how to save this calendar in a format that I can use on
> my
> public website. I figure there's got to be a way to do this....
 
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Fredly

Right clicking on the calendar itself was only giving me the ability to save

as an .ics file. Selecting the calendar and clicking on the File menu item

gave the the opportunity to save it as a webpage. So simple. Thanks.

"Vince Averello" wrote:


> See if any of the ideas here help:
> http://www.slipstick.com/calendar/olpubcal.asp

> "Fredly" <Fredly> wrote in message
> news:4B2CCEF5-FFF7-41DA-978D-99697E4EFCC5@microsoft.com...
> > My company website in being hosted on a webserver that is NOT WebDEV
> > enabled.
> > I have an Outlook 2007 calendar that I would like to save and post on our
> > website. The only file type that I can Save As is .ics
> > Does anyone know how to save this calendar in a format that I can use on
> > my
> > public website. I figure there's got to be a way to do this....

>
 
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