automatically forward the messages(rss feeds) to another email id

"How do i automatically forward the messages(rss feeds) that come to a specific folder to some other email?"
I use outlook 2007

Please give some steps to follow.
whspiderAsked:
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r_panosCommented:
You can create a Rule in outlook client:

Tools\Rules and Alerts\Create new rule\next and then choose

from any RSS Feed
forward it to people or distribution list (definine single mail or distribution list)
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David LeeCommented:
Hi, whspider.

As r_panos stated, you can do this with rules.  Unless you want to forward every RSS feed item though you don't want to use "from any RSS Feed".  Here's how I'd do it.

1.  Go to the folder that contains the items you want to forward.
2.  Right-click one of the items and select "Create Rule".
3.  A dialog-box should pop up ask "Do you want to apply all existing and future rules to messages downloaded from RSS Feeds?".  Click Yes.
4.  A dialog-box titled "Create Rule" should appear.  If you want to forward all feeds from this source, then place a check in the box next to "From".
5.  Click the "Advanced Options" button.
6.  Click the "Next" button.
7.  Place a check in the box next to "forward it to people or distribution list".
8.  In the lower pane click the underlined words "people or distribution list".
9.  Select the person to forward to or enter an address on the To line.
10.  Click OK.
11.  Click the "Finish" button.

That should do it.

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whspiderAuthor Commented:
Let me try and get back ....
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