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There has been an Internet Explorer for Mac for a long time..a lot of websites can be tricked by use a User Agent switcher add-on for Chrome/Firefox and saying that you are IE 6 or something..

But if the website is using some IE-specific technology, then you're out of luck and will have to use IE on a Windows machine..

It's amazing that in this day and age there are websites that code to one specific (and the WORST of the bunch) browser..

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