Outlook rss feeds not updating 2016
I think that companies like mozilla and microsoft should check out all the apps before they go into the catalogue and select the best ones to maintain and support. It's up to the developers of the add-ons to keep the ball rolling. I have had no complaints concerning FF 3.5.2, but also use I. Since using FF, I have not experienced virus invasions. I use FF 126.96.36.199 and will keep it for a long, long time. The Real Player Plus Download feature is a must have for me. Logan1957Normally I would rate Firefox in the top upper percentile but after having tried both Beta build 3 and 4 and having both crash upon opening for no reason. I'm waiting to see if it improves in the final build which should be coming out shortly.The catalogue should then be split into sections which say whether or not update will be automatic - this in my view is the biggest downside of the open source concept in that really good projects fall by the wayside because the developer has got bored with it I have been using Firefox for some time, and I have tried the Beta versions, one of which I had to revert to an earlier stable version, but the last two Beta have been good, This one 3.6 Beta is so good, it seems so stable and I appears to load quicker, and downloads many updates of programs I use so much quicker, I am very happy with it, and I am still using XP, didn't like Vista, so stayed with XP, so I can't comment how Firefox 3.6 Beta is with Vista, or Windows 7. I tried the Mozilla FF 3.0 when it came out and had to get it off my PC. I cannot believe they teamed with Microsoft Vampires!We've removed the minimum interval, but the default settings for the Send & Receive Groups is 30 minutes.So even when the minimum TTL is lowered to 5 minutes, Outlook still will not even try to check more often than every 30 minutes; this is the default setting of the default Send & Receive Group.
Jeff Atwood, I finally understand what's going on and how to fix it. When a feed is added to Outlook, the default settings (which are hidden under the ‘Advanced’ button) are to .
Note the yellow highlighted text indicates that the publisher has not specified an update policy.
Unticking that box does allow faster updates, but there is another wrinkle.
To avoid this default one-hour situation, it is necessary to instruct Outlook to ignore the publisher’s recommendations (even though the publisher hasn’t made any explicit recommendations, the absence of a recommendation implies a 60-minute update cycle by default).
To do this, when adding the feed to Outlook, click the Advanced button and uncheck the box outlined in red in the screen shot above.