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How do I set Outlook 2007 to be my default rss reader program?

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The first time I ran Outllok 2007 I clicked no on the prompt about rss feeds. I want to be able to set Outlook as the default rss program instead of IE7. I've been trying to find the setting or get help on this but I have had no luck. Thanks for any and all help.
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by:war1
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Hello NetCE,

here is a way to create RSS in Outlook 2007
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc179173.aspx

Hope this helps!
war1
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Yeah, thanks for your help so far guys, but I have read over those before already. Maybe I should be a tad more descriptive. Basicly when I find an RSS fed button and click on it in Internet Explorer 7, IE7 grabs the link and puts it into IE7's RSS organizer. I want to know how to change it so Outlook 2007 sees the RSS link when i click on it in IE7.
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This helped me with what I was looking for. Thanks. Turns out the option that handles the rss sync from IE7 to Outlook is the Common Feeds List options which I found under Tools > Options > Other Tab > Advance Options.
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