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RSS Feed - Subscibe


Dirty Dick

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I am trying to subscribe to the BBC Spanish Language RSS Feed to receive a new Spanish phrase every day !

However, when I click on the "Subscribe" button on their page it just opens a new page with a list of words.

I have some other RSS feed, that recieve messages into Outlook (2010)but this feed does not appear anywhere.

Iam running Windows 7.

What am I doing wrong?

Many Thanx

DD

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northumbria61

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Is this the page you are looking for? enter link description here

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Dirty Dick

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Yes northumbria61

I've found that page, but when I click on the RSS feed link, it takes me to a page that has a list of Dpanish phrases & words.

How do I get the phrases to load into Outlook ?

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Secret-Squirrel

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"However, when I click on the "Subscribe" button on their page it just opens a new page with a list of words....."

A few tips for you:

1) To add the RSS Feed to Outlook you'll need to be using Internet Explorer.

2) If you're already doing this and you're still not seeing the "Subscribe to this feed" button then delete IE's temporary Internet files, close IE, reopen it and try again.

3) If all else fails then you can manually add the Feed to Outlook - click HERE for instructions. The URL of your BBC Spanish feed is:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/potd/spanish.xml

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