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Set-up RSS feed in SBS 2008 Company Web site

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Hi all,

Is it possible to set-up a RSS fees on the SBS 2008 Sharpoint site without too much difficulty?

I.E. would I need Sharepoint Designer to do this or is it possible out of the box?
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For clarification, are you trying to display an external RSS feed on a SharePoint site, or are you wanting an internal domain user to be able to display SharePoint content as an RSS feed?

If you want to pull in an external RSS feed, check out Gunnar Peipman's blog:
http://weblogs.asp.net/gunnarpeipman/archive/2008/01/02/sharepoint-how-to-display-blog-feed-using-xml-web-part.aspx
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Just to confirm that this was an external RSS feed on sharepoint and the Gunner Peipman's Blog was easy to follow.

Thanks
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