Step-By-Step How To Subscribe To RSS Feed Using Outlook 2010 or Internet Explorer IE9

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How to use RSS feeds in Internet Explorer 9

Feeds, also known as RSS feeds, are content listings published by a website. They're used for news and blog websites, but are also used for distributing other types of digital content, including pictures, audio, or video.

Subscribing to feeds

Subscribe to an RSS Feed

Using ATOM

Download RSS to Outlook

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) provides an easy way for you to read the latest postings to your favorite Web sites. Many Web sites offer RSS Feed subscriptions so that whenever new content is published, such as an updated news article, you receive a summary or the full article automatically in Microsoft Outlook 2010.

Manually enter a new RSS Feed subscription

Tip In most Web browsers, on a Web page, you can right-click the RSS icon, and then copy the shortcut to the Clipboard. Press CTRL+V to paste the information from the Clipboard into the RSS Feed location box.

Unsubscribe from an RSS Feed

When you cancel or unsubscribe from an RSS Feed, no new content is downloaded. You can choose whether to delete or keep all the content that was downloaded from the RSS Feed.

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