RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a web feed format that is used to publish blog entries and news headlines in a standard format. RSS feeds can be subscribed to and read using an RSS reader, which checks the subscribed feeds regularly for newly published items. This allows you to check for new content on many different websites in one, convenient location.

You can read your favorite websites’ RSS feeds using Zimbra’s built-in RSS reader. RSS feeds can be subscribed to on individual computers, but setting up RSS feeds in Zimbra allows you to access these feeds from any computer with Internet access.

Each RSS feed is set up as a folder in Zimbra, which contains all of that feed’s stories. The RSS folder will show up inline with the rest of the user’s folders and will be indicated by an RSS icon, rather than a folder.

How to set up an RSS feed folder in Zimbra

  1. Sign in to K-State webmail at webmail.ksu.edu.
  2. Click the New Folder button.
  3. The New Folder window will open. Enter a Name for the folder.
  4. Checkmark the checkbox next to Subscribe to RSS/ATOM feed.
  5. Enter the URL of the RSS/ATOM feed.
  6. Select where you would like the folder to be located. If you would like to make this folder a top-level folder, click the Inbox icon.
  7. Click OK.