As a matter of fact IE 5.5 rightly configured will also be able to perform XSLT-transformations. What you like to have however, are server-side transformations.
I have been able to pull this off on an Apache Web-server with AxKit-modules and Sablotron as the transformation engine. More info: Axkit and Sablotron.
Ask your ISP nicely to install this additional functionality. He might be able to charge his customers something extra for the added functionality!
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