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.
Then click the folder’s name and choose View All RSS Articles.When you subscribe to an RSS feed, you’ll get a barebones summary (and title) for articles listed, such as the feed shown here from Apple.You can click the Read More link to check out the full article. Actual results: (Some) RSS feeds don't update any more.(Take this as a hint, not as a 100% fact.) Same RSS-feed-URL does work for the live-bookmarks feature.Any real contender should be able to pull feeds from any of the popular online services such as Feedly, Feed Wrangler, Feedbin, News Blur and more.In testing apps for this review, I set up accounts with Feedly, Feedbin, and Feed Wrangler with the same set of feeds subscribed to in each. A good RSS app should be able to save content to read-it-later services and share links on social networks as well as built-in mac OS apps like Mail, Messages, and more.Same profile starts working again as soon as I revert back to SM2.31.(Fetched back from Time Machine; now running in parallel on the system.) Another user reported seeing on console: 2015-01-08 Feeds WARN subscribe To Feed: Aborting RSS subscription.If you decide to keep RSS Feeds in an Outlook Data File (.pst) file, you'll only have access to those items on the computer where the file is located.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.