Every Outlook folder supports a folder home page. This is the Internet Web page, HTML file, or Active Server Pages (ASP) file that you'll see when you click the folder's name. An example of a folder home page is shown in Figure 3.34.
You can set your folder home page to a shared meeting workspace or your company's home page.
Setting a folder home page to a generic Web site really isn't very helpful. After all, you can't actually access any of the items in that Outlook folder with a Web site as your home page.