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When I try to delete it I get: There is a way to removed the RSS Feeds folder from Outlook 2013 using MFCMAPI there's a youtube demo here as well https://
v=-g45Gb COjx0 Only difference with Outlook 2013 compared to Outlook 2010 in video was that the RSS folder was found in the the IPM_Subtree subfolder.
Then you will need to click on the “ ” sign in the beginning of the address bar in order to configure the “RSS Bookmark Name” and other useful configurations.
Once you are ready please return to your Apple MAC email client and you will see that your RSS Feed has been added to the RSS section from the left vertical contents pane right bellow your “Mailboxes”.
I'm old school and like my news delivered via RSS :) I read somewhere about adding feeds to IE within 10, and they are supposed to show up automatically in the mail app but it doesn't work for me..is on an RTM win 10. Today, on that person's PC (win7), a giant "pop-up" ad was displayed upon restart. This is exactly the behavior of PUP's and maleware. Good morning, Just bought a laptop already installed with Windows 10 and after using it for a few hours I realized Edge doesn't have a 'Command Bar' like IE 11 on my desktop running Win 8.1. I recently upgraded from Windows 7 and now my LEDs on my mouse wont shut off once my PC is shutdown (plugged into rear USB port). Do you think there will be an extension coming for Microsoft Edge (when they add extension support) that will allow msfeedssync to work with Microsoft Edge?
I find RSS feeds are really synonymous with the web browser, so although I've briefly tried...
News app is included on i Phone, i Pad, and i Pod touch in i OS 9 and later releases, if you don’t see the feature it’s perhaps because you have not updated the version, or because the News app is having a hard time detecting the RSS feed for the site, as just mentioned, if that’s the case simply load the RSS feed directly before adding it.
In this tutorial we are going to show you how to subscript to RSS feed and also how to configure it in your Apple MAC mail client.This allows you to add just about any site or feed to News app yourself, including great sites like this one. Can’t find a site you like in the Apple approved list on News app?No problem, here’s how you can add them yourself from Safari in i OS and subscribe directly: Now you can launch News app and under the “Favorites” section will be the RSS feeds and websites you added yourself, making News app into an RSS reader of sorts that is built directly into i OS.Not all users encounter this issue with Mail app after installing an OS X update, and though the reason is unclear, it’s possible the problematic setups had configured an email account some time ago, and could be using legacy settings for a specific mail server.In some situations, you may find the port number or mail server address has changed once the new settings have been detected from the mail server, and the problem will resolve itself accordingly.