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Find RSS being delivered to my Exchange server

Posted on 2014-09-03
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Exchange 2007.  Windows 2003 SP2 64bit.
Is there a way to find out who and how many RSS feeds are being delivered to my exchange server.
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Hi,

RSS Feeds is a feature of Outlook. Outlook will be directly checking with RSS Publisher's Server for updated postings for subscribed feeds and retrieving them periodically. These messages will not be coming thru Exchange Server.

Users could save RSS Posts in a folder in the mailbox. If this is occupying more space on the mailbox, then you could instruct users to save RSS Posts in a PST file on their local desktop computer.

Please refer following article for more information.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-in/outlook-help/change-settings-for-rss-feeds-HA001229947.aspx
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