Re: Where is the Feeds log?
"MikeC" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I listen to about 30 radio podcasts per week. I am subscribed to all of
> these RSS feeds, and when I refresh the list, the new feeds are
> highlighted in bold. Clearly, Internet Explorer keeps a log somewhere of
> what feeds have been read, and when I refresh the list, it compares the
> current feeds against previously read ones so it can figure out which are
> unread. Well, I suppose it works something like that.
> I'm writing a little application that needs to detect the unread feeds,
> and download them automatically.
Then you should probably be posting in the MSDN forum for IE Web Development
instead of here.
> Any suggestions on how to detect unread feeds programatically? Does
> anybody know where the log file is?
According to the Help. E.g. right-click Properties on a feed, About
Q: Can other programs display my subsubscribed feeds?
A: Yes, Internet Explorer provides the Common Feed List to other
So searching MSDN Library for "Common Feed List" would probably be what I
would do first.
If that doesn't expose the implementation I would resort to tracing its use
(or WLMail's use of feeds) with ProcMon.