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Tuesday Tip: (CA ESP) How to get posts automatically thru RSS feed of MS Outlook?

  • 1.  Tuesday Tip: (CA ESP) How to get posts automatically thru RSS feed of MS Outlook?

    Posted 12-09-2014 04:04 PM

    CA Tuesday Tip by Lucy Zhang, Principal Support Engineer for 09/12/2014

     

    #1  Go to the link to CA Workload Automation community as below using IE:

    https://communities.ca.com/community/ca-workload-automation/content?filterID=contentstatus%5bpublished%5d~category%5bca-workload-automation-esp-edition%5d#filterID=contentstatus%5Bpublished%5D~category%5Bca-workload-automation-esp-edition%5D&filterID=contentstatus%5Bpublished%5D~objecttype~objecttype%5Bthread%5D

     

    #2 Click the “Get a feed of this content” link at the bottom of the screen, then click “Subscribe to this feed” on the top of next screen and provide a meaningful name on the pop-up window. This will add a feed to the IE, which will show if you click “Ctrl+J”. And make a copy of the whole link, which will be used on next step.

     

    #3 Open MS outlook, if you can find “RSS Feeds” folder, right click it and select “Add a new RSS Feed”, and paste the above copied link in the pop-up window to add it. Then you will find a new entry under “RSS Feeds”. Or you can click File->Account Settings->Account settings, and then “RSS Feed” to add the link.

     

    Note:

    - In MS outlook, click File->Options->Advanced, under “RSS Feed”, there are two options, suggest you select both;

    - If any discussion/topic gets more replies, RSS Feeds won’t show it again; so if you want to get all new updates for the ones you are interested, after the content of the topic shows in the IE, please click Following (the green + sign) on the right top of the screen and then choose Inbox, then any new update will be sent to your inbox.