Outlook email is going to the RSS Feeds folder.

One of my users started having a problem this morning with all of his inbound email being redirected to the Outlook RSS Feeds folder.  He has no rules or RSS Feeds configured.  I ran the Microsoft diagnostics.office.com tool, as well as an Office quick repair, but the incoming mail continues to go to the RSS Feeds folder.  

We're running Exchange in Office 365.  When I log into his Outlook Web, I see the same behavior.  Exchange mail trace shows the email being successfully delivered to RSS Feeds, but it is not giving me any clue as to why.  Ideas?
GStonerAsked:
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SeanSystem EngineerCommented:
Check the rules to make sure there isn't something setup to move all email to that folder. Check on both outlook and OWA.
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FOXActive Directory/Exchange EngineerCommented:
As previously stated check rules.

1. Connect to O365 via powershell then run the following command

Get-InboxRule -Mailbox emailaddressoftheuser  | fl Description
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GStonerAuthor Commented:
There was a rule set up in OWA that was not showing up in Outlook desktop.  Thanks
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