Definition: RSS Feed is syndicated information that is sent through RSS technology from websites to Internet users. Users can subscribe to feeds from a variety of websites, and then new information from those websites is sent directly to them through an RSS reader. It is similar to receiving e-mail.
RSS Feeds allow online publishers of magazines, web sites, news, organizations, blogs, and other content to send regular and updated information directly to the Outlook 2007 program, the place where you spend a lot of work time.
Instead of going to your favorites list or sites index, you can have that same content delivered to your mailbox via RSS feed.
Look for the RSS Feed Icon on the Outlook folder list or from a website
Add RSS feed from Outlook 2007 program
There are several RSS feeds available in Outlook 2007
A list will be populated and offer you some options (takes several seconds)
For the most part, just click YES and the RSS feed is automatically added
Add RSS feed from a website
The feed is added to your Outlook RSS feed section of the Folder List
Delete RSS Feed
Note: Not all internet sites have RSS feed capability. Some of the RSS feeds are very active and there is heavy traffic. Notice the MSNBC site ... contains frequently added content.
Make sure you check your RSS Feeds section in Outlook regularly.
July 05, 2012