auth=1 reports are pointing to a CRL download problem. But this is not o solution for me, i am interested in Outlook to work because this program is "live" most of the time and i like the to have one software running, not multiple programs for every task. But when it works using another client, it might actually be a problem of the client.
When an RSS Feed is broken in Microsoft Outlook, the easiest way to repair is to recreate it. Microsoft Outlook 2007 experienced continuous problems with RSS Feeds; however, this appears to have been resolved in Outlook 2010.
RSS Feeds can become unsynchronized for a number of reasons, or may even be broken for just one session. RSS Feeds are stored in a folder titled "RSS Subscriptions" in your Outlook folder list. Select the web address, and press "Ctrl" and "C" on the \ keyboard to copy the URL.
As i am using IE7 and also facing the same problem.
I tried to fix it by making sure the RSS Download Engine.
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Somewhere along the line, my IE7 has stop automatically updating my RSS feeds.
Enable RSS Copy RSS generated link into Outlook After is added the RSS flux is working until Outlook is restarted, on reopen the flux is not updated anymore and Outlook gives an error Self-signed certificate LDAP/AD integration Expected behaviour The RSS should work everytime for a fast user files and folder changes knowledge Actual behaviour If Outlook is restarted is not updating anymore, the errors are: Task 'RSS Feeds' reported error (0x800C0019) : 'Synchronization to RSS Feed:"https://subdomain.domain.ext/apps/activity/rss.php?
token=o C9Gnj4T5Pd M8Pc Kw LKv Ac USW3hotl" has failed.
If it is not working than follow these steps for Internet Explorer 8: hey, thanks for sharing this issue here.
I just wanted to know does this steps work for Internet Explorer 7 also or its just for IE8.
Newsgator is also good, I just got all involved with Google Reader before Newsgator became free. Used to use a separate RSS reader but discovered whats the point when outlook 2007 is looking after my email so why not RSS as well.