View Outlook Today in internet browser

Hi all,

I have extracting the outlook today html code from
outlook 2000, I want to display it in internet
browser like IE but I got nothing display in message/
task list.

Does anyone know, how to display outlook today view.
Sample codes are welcome.

thanks and regards,

David
dh08Asked:
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Neo_mvpsCommented:
In order to have an "Outlook Today" look in an IE webbrowser, you will have to acquire the Outlook View Control.  It is bundled in the Digital Dashboard kit and Outlook 2002.

Try taking a look at http://www.poremsky.com/AD_DD.htm to see if there is anything you can use. (I know for sure that one of the sample pages will download the control to your machine.)
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dh08Author Commented:
Hi,
What I want to do is view only the summary of outlook today, cos I want to use just a small space of the page.
for eq. see below :
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Calendar
   Today
-> 9.00 AM - 10.00 AM  meeting

Task
   Test 1 (07/12/2001)
   Test 2 (07/15/2001)

Messages
Inbox                4
Drafts               0
Outbox               2
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
I use Outlook object for databinding, but it's only
works inside outlook window. If you don't mind, can I
get you email add for further needs.

regards,
David
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PandoraModCommented:
*ping* neo - can you provide anymore info?

PandoraMod
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Neo_mvpsCommented:
sure... neo@mvps.org

From what I remember the Outlook View Control won't help with the layout you described.  You can ping me at neo@mvps.org while I try to find my notes from my Outlook 98 days.  (Somewhere I have notes on how you can extract the default Outlook Today home pages and actually use the data binding controls as long as it was hosted in Outlook.  The instant you move to IE with the layout you are describing, you would have to develop your own control that is web browser safe.
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