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Creating a RSS feed of an Exchange Mailbox Folder

Posted on 2008-06-09
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I have recently discovered RSS feeds (especially when using igoogle) - my question...Would it be possible to create a RSS feed of my email Inbox which is running off Exchange 2003?

Basically I would like to open a web page (like igoogle for example) which would show the last few emails of my inbox, instead of me logging onto Microsoft Outlook Web Access to check my emails.
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by:MrEne
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sure, if exchange support pop3 or imap. but I don't recommend this, it is not secure.
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Came across this which looks like it is what you are trying to do.

http://gsexdev.blogspot.com/2007/02/creating-rss-feed-of-exchange-2007.html

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by:narf23
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Thanks for the suggestions - So I guess trying this in Exchange 2003 is not secure and will give the blog a try once I upgrade our Exchange to 2007
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