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No it is not possible.
But it is possible to have ColdFusion run html pages.
Sorry the headache is making me a bit of a smart aleck this morning.
To do this you will need control of your server. This is not something
many Hosting companies will do on a shared box. But you can go into the
IIS manager (I don't know the Apache equivalent, but I'm sure it is
there) and associate the .htm and|or .html extension to the ColdFusion
process. Then the webserver will and all such pages to ColdFusion which
will process them just as it does .cfm pages.
You can rewrite them using either ISAPI rewrite or Mod_rewrite, it is prety simple. It depends whether you are on a shared host or not!
It is shared hosting on Crystal Tech.
If your webserver gives you the capability to change it executable path (example: .html files run through xxxx.dll) and just have .html files use the coldfusion dll, then theoredically it should work.
I admit it could be a drastic change since you are working with shared hosting, but nevertheless it is an idea.