And here we will introduce you to subscribe and remove RSS Feeds in Microsoft Outlook, and turn on or off RSS Feeds in Microsoft Outlook as well.
To subscribe the RSS Feeds and get summaries of updated news, please do it with following steps: Step 1: Shift to the Mail view with clicking the Mail in the Navigation pane.
On the Send/Receive Groups dialog box, click Edit next to the list of groups.
NOTE: If you have more than one account in Outlook, select the account in the list of groups for which you want to disable the automatic update of RSS feeds.
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To turn on the RSS Feeds, please check both options. If you do not want to subscribe the RSS Feeds, and get any update summaries any longer, you can remove the RSS Feeds from Microsoft Outlook.Step 1: Shift to the Mail view with clicking the Mail in the Navigation pane.Subscribing a RSS Feed enables you to get all summaries of updated news of favorite web sites in Microsoft Outlook automatically.Therefore, you can get the updated news’ summaries with email messages without opening those web pages any longer.