News Aggregator Hmm… …possibly coming soon to a weblog near you. Anyone interested in something like this? 22 Comments
Yes, please. Even if it means I burn in hell for encouraging use of a Microsoft product.
No hablo Outlook. ;-) Looks real cool, though. …[more]
… if you can’t wait, you might want to check out the recently released open-source nntp//rss – It’s a NNTP-based RSS news aggregator, allowing you to use any NNTP newsreader client (Outlook Express, Mozilla, Netscape etc) as your RSS newsreader.
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Good news! Version 0.1 of the Outlook News Aggregator is now available for download…[more]
This is a killer product: a Newsreader for MS Outlook allowing you to read RSS feeds directly in Outlook. I will use (and if I need to pay for) this as soon as it comes out. Right now, I use a separate application Newzcrawler, which is really good. But integrating…[more]
I don’t know if I’d stick with it permanently, but I’d certainly give an Outlook News Aggregator a try….[more]
Version 0.2 is now ready! Here’s a rundown of what’s changed…[more]
Yes, please. Maybe not only an RSS-Feedreader, but also an interface to post to common weblog systems? But i think M$ is already working on this !?
I have been using Outlook Express errors repair tool for the past few months and LOVE it.
I’ve even recommended it to all my friends. Outlook Express more stable and secure than other programs.
I must admit to being more impressed with Tool for Outlook Express fix. I’ve even recommended it to all my friends.
Quite a day today…the product that started NewsGator, NewsGator Outlook edition, has a new name! It’s now…[more]
Hello, I’m in a process of making a portal about all outlook tips and hints as you can see on my homepage, so I wonder if this can be done?I want to be able to “clean up” my feed subscription list. I want to remove any RSS feed that hasn’t published in the past N days.Or, someone could write me a service. I upload an OPML file and it checks to see if anything was published to each of the feeds included within in the past N days. If not, it deletes the feed and lets me download the new, cleaned, OPML file.
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