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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by mtehonica, Nov 9, 2007.
Does anyone know how to sync RSS feeds in Mail 3.0 (Leopard) with iPhone?
Anyone? I've wondered this myself.
Trying to figure out the same thing . . .
As was I...
Any word here?
id like to know this aswell.
right click your RSS feeder in Mail, choose "show in inbox". Your RSS should now be snyc with your iphone as regular Email in your mailbox.
Nope, been there, tried that - doesnt actually sync.
I used feedmyinbox.com and that worked like a charm.
I Found It In 10 Steps
After about a year of searching and thinking, i clicked my way into the solution.
1) Subscribe to a feed if you haven't already and make sure they show in inbox.
2) Go to Mail>Preferences>Rules
3) Click "Add Rule"
4) Fill in the description how you like
5) Leave the any drop down menu alone
6) Click the "Any Recipient" drop down menu and select "Message Type"
7) Click the "Mail" drop down menu and select "RSS"
8) Leave the "Move Message" drop down menu alone
9) Click the final drop down menu and select the mailbox in the level under "Inbox" for example mine is "MobileMe."
10) Press Ok and Apply.
So by the end, my rule sounds like this:
" If any of the following conditions are met: Message Type is RSS Article. Perform the following actions: Move Message to mailbox: MoblieMe."
You should see your RSS feeds fly magically out of the RSS mailbox and into your email mailbox, which syncs with your phone.
I am honestly curious: what function does this serve?
If you sync it with your iPhone, not only can you read RSS feeds on the go, but if you read them and then delete them on the iPhone it will delete them on the computer as well, avoiding reading the same RSS article twice.
Ah. So it's about RSS feeds. I was thinking it was about email.
Tried this method and it synced one RSS entry and then stopped... im missing something
Somebody should make an app for this.
I'm just saying...
yea really, since ive tried some RSS applications but not the same. Best I could come up with is this push RSS feed program, but its not as sweet as MAIL.