Missing Outlook RSS Folder

Posted on 2009-12-16
Last Modified: 2013-11-18
I have successfully added a number of RSS feeds using my new Outlook 2007.  Somehow, I have lost one of these folders but the feed continues to work and I can only see the emails in the unread mail folder.   The emails are identified as being in the missing folder but I can't find the missing folder anywhere.   When I open the item and click on "Related" and "Find Related" the Search field is populated with "Zero hedge ;Sent Items;Inbox;Mailbox - Freeman, Donald".  I can't find the Zero hedge folder within Sent Items though.  What do I do?  It seems I must have drug it somewhere and lost it.  I would unsubscribe and re-subscribe but I can't find out where to unsubscribe without having the folder visible.
Question by:DonFreeman
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    I know this sounds silly to suggest, but go to Folders view (button on the bottom) and expand ALL folders to see if you can find your errant RSS feed folder.


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