After you add an RSS Feed, you do not have to change any other settings.
However, Microsoft Outlook 2010 offers several customization options, including how frequently you get updated RSS items, where RSS items are saved, and whether or not to download attachments.
Neither Microsoft nor Outlook can assist you if your access is suspended or banned by an RSS Feed publisher.
In most cases, you do not need to change where RSS Feeds are saved.
After you add a Really Simple Syndication (RSS) Feed, you do not have to change any other settings.
However, if you want to customize your RSS Feeds, Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 offers several customization options.
An aggressive setting in anti-virus software might be preventing RSS feeds from updating.
The ban could be temporary or permanent depending solely upon the RSS publisher.To get the latest versions of Thunderbird for Windows, Mac or Linux download Thunderbird from or click on “check for update” under the “About Thunderbird” menu.I have been using MS Windows Live Mail and I hate it. To import messages from MS Windows Live Mail install this extension in Thunderbird -- https://nic-nac-project.org/~kaosmos/To install a Thunderbird extension do the following: Right click the download link on the extension's home page and choose "Save Link As...". Regarding importing, yes I did go to the where my emails are stored in windows and it doesn't see them as eml files.Important: Some publishers strictly enforce these limits.If you check for updates more frequently than the specified limit, the RSS Feed publisher can temporarily or permanently block your access.