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The previous two days worth of traffic will be returned in a feed comprising no more than 500 items. For this reason if you intend to track traffic in the high-volume feeds you will need to leave your reader open or items are very likely to be missed, as some feeds may contain more than 500 items in a two-day period.
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We recommend (and use) Thunderbird here for both RSS and Email and find that it works well. Other readers such as "Sharp" should also function properly, as does the internal Internet Explorer RSS capability.
For most RSS readers you can simply drag and drop the links below into your feed aggregation software and it should do the "right" thing from there.
|Everything||The complete forum feed, in one file. Presented in alphabetical forum, then reverse chronological order. Beware - this can be quite large!|
|Travels||Queen of Trades; Travel and Photography|
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