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MS Outlook calender displayed on a webpage

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I wish to display a MS Outlook calender on a corporate intranet webpage. I'm using Outlook 98, so I may not have all the new features associated with Outlook 2000.

I can simply use "A href="outlook://" whatever, in my webpage, which would open up Outlook to the calendar display. However, it might be nice to have the calendar displayed in the browser itself instead of the Outlook window.

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