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By: Steve's Seaside Life › More on authenticated RSS feeds

Tue, 15 Apr 2014 06:55:41 +0000

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By: Science Library Pad

Sat, 15 Jan 2011 00:12:16 +0000

RSS and enterprise notification architecture... One aspect of Enterprise 2.0 is the ability to monitor, discover and share content from a variety of sources. We don't have a lot of "glue" to enable this from the user perspective - basically you can search (Google or......

By: Konrad Crabtree

Fri, 08 Oct 2010 04:59:57 +0000

I am working on developing a reader that fetches secured content updates as well as public RSS feeds. If you're interested in testing or being notified when it is available you can sign up at

By: Anil

Mon, 15 Mar 2010 20:47:20 +0000

Are there any AJAX type utilities which pull an secured rss feeds taking in a username/pwd. like Google AJAX APi. it does not seems to support authentication though.

By: Chris

Thu, 22 Oct 2009 20:57:02 +0000

Actually this isn't entirely true. Currently there are problems with Outlook 2007 as it creates duplicates when using secure feeds. I have a completely updated copy of Outlook 2007 running and my regular RSS feeds are fine, but my secure ones breed like rabbits, repeatedly downloading the same posts. Microsoft is currently working on the issue. There is a free plug-in for Outlook out there that does work properly and will not produce duplicates.

By: gabe

Fri, 09 Jan 2009 05:34:53 +0000 ie8 will support rss feed authtication

By: Peter Bruinsma

Mon, 15 Dec 2008 09:07:55 +0000

intraVnews supports authenticated feeds (basic/digest/windows) in Outlook XP, 2003 and 2007. It also works fine (from) behind the firewall.

By: janos112

Sun, 09 Nov 2008 11:01:02 +0000

ie7 and firefox 3.0.3 seem to support authenticated feeds.

By: Jens

Tue, 21 Oct 2008 14:47:00 +0000

Nice Page!!! And Thanks for the tipps!

By: Tom

Sat, 04 Oct 2008 20:35:59 +0000

you can use Mozilla Thunderbird as a reader for secure rss feeds and it is free..

By: André

Mon, 25 Aug 2008 21:24:13 +0000

Thanks for this useful tipps!

By: ChinnoDog's blog » Authenticated News Feeds

Tue, 19 Aug 2008 19:47:05 +0000

[...] and then change your LJ password and see how many of them you can get to work again.)  I found this blog post that echoes the problems of authenticated [...]

By: Andrew

Fri, 13 Jun 2008 19:08:50 +0000

I've been bitten by the flaky Outlook implementation of this several times when I've wanted to do the occasional testing on our secure RSS feeds. This MS KB article says you can't do it at all: That's BS. But what I've found is you can't do it by selecting "New" on the RSS Feeds tab of the Account Settings dialog - you'll get the error in the above KB article. The way to do it is to right-click on the RSS Feeds mail folder, and then select to Add a New Feed. Perhaps by documenting it here I won't be bitten again!

By: Matt

Mon, 14 Apr 2008 17:07:56 +0000

I just released a service today that gives users the ability to subscribe to authenticated feeds in any feed reader including Google Reader, Bloglines, etc... Enjoy!