However, one scenario where you might consider changing the location is when you are using a Microsoft Exchange Server account and your mailbox has a small storage limit.
By saving RSS Feeds to an Outlook Data File (.pst) on your computer, your RSS Feed content doesn’t use your server space allotment.
However, now my Win 7 has an rss feed that pops up on a regular basis with news. I've recently run into a problem with the RSS reader in MS Outlook 2010.
On 6/25/2012, all of my RSS feeds suddenly stopped updating. I am trying to figure out how to add RSS feeds to Outlook 2007 from Firefox.
RSS Feeds that save items to a folder that is located within your Exchange mailbox are available from any computer that has Outlook and connects to your Exchange account.When you subscribe to an RSS Feed, Outlook periodically checks for updated postings.RSS Feed publishers can specify the maximum frequency at which a check for new postings should occur. For example, an RSS Feed might have a maximum polling frequency of 60 minutes — this means don't check for updates multiple times per hour.Important: Some publishers strictly enforce these limits.If you check for updates more frequently than the specified limit, the RSS Feed publisher can temporarily or permanently block your access.Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site. Neither Microsoft nor Outlook can assist you if your access is suspended or banned by an RSS Feed publisher.In most cases, you don’t need to change where RSS Feeds are saved.Hello MWJames, First of all thanks for replying to my post.I have now uploaded a of a IE8 browser that is displaying the Changes link that you have mentioned on your above reply.