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Disable RSS Feeds through Group Policy on Windows 2003 Server/Exchange 2007

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Does anyone know of a way to turn off RSS feeds at the server level for exchange 2007.  Having these on fills up the users mailboxes.
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You can do it using a GPO:
Configure Really Simple Syndication (RSS) in Outlook 2007
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc179173(office.12).aspx

See the 'Turn off RSS feature' policy specifically.
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