Public folder RSS Feed Event Sink

Messaging developer Glen Scales has lots of useful Exchange scripts on his blog, a recent one will update an RSS feed with public folder content...

"I've gone a bit RSS mad of late for today's edition I created an Event sink for public folders so when a new mail or post arrives into that folder it will fire a script that updates a feed with the last 7 days of posts. I guess the cool thing here is you can stick this on all the important public folders in your org and then use one web page to aggregate across all the feeds and present this back to the user as one single web page. Also it lets people subscribe to folders and receive notification of updates etc."

Chris Meirick on July 13, 2004 at 02:14 AM in Tools & Utilities
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Thanks for pointing to this it may come in handy.

Posted by: Colin Walker at Jul 13, 2004 11:27:50 AM