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What calendar options will i have when mac OS x no longer runs classic programs

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   At my site, we run outlook 2001 in classic mode on OS.x !0.4 workstations.  We also use groupcal for various adminstrative assistants to view other people's Outlook calendars via iCal.  My understanding is that the upcoming OS x (Leopard) will no longer run classic applications.  Does anyone have any ideas for MS Office users, or will we just be stranded on 10.4?  Also, Does anyone know of alternative calendaring options  for group calendars?

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Is this what you are looking for:  http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/13322
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Thanks for the info.  I'm downloading that version now.  The version we currently use runs in classic mode on OS X.  If it works as advertised, my users can still access there Outlook account calendar without needed the Outlook client.  Does anyone know the future of Microsoft Outlook on Mac OS X?  

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I believe Outlook for OS X is dead. The replacement is MS Entourage.
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