Although it’s not as robust as Google Reader, it’s good enough for keeping track of just a few feeds real-time which can be handy for news sites or groovy Post! First, let’s bring the gadget to the visible desktop. You can select to display all of your subscribed IE feeds or just one of your favorites. It’s sleek, its minimalist, and it keeps you updated. 🙂Unlike the gadget from Windows Vista, the new Feed Reader does not manage its own list of RSS feeds.
Additionally, if you are using a Microsoft Exchange account you can choose whether your RSS Feeds are saved in your mailbox on the server running Exchange or in a Personal Folders file (.pst) on your computer.
For example, if you have an Exchange account and your e-mail messages are stored on the server, you can choose to save RSS Feeds to an alternate delivery location such as a file on your computer.
The delivery mechanism for RSS content is known as an RSS Feed.
When you subscribe to an RSS Feed, Outlook periodically checks the RSS publisher's server for updated postings.
The first part is to uncheck the publisher update recommendation, and the second part is to define a new send/receive group for the RSS Feeds that you will change their update intervals. Step 1: Open the Account Settings dialog box: Step 2: In the Account Settings dialog box, click the RSS Feeds tab and select the feed name that you will change its update interval, and then click the Change button.