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Old 07-29-2006, 05:30 PM   #1
Cabeza de Huevo
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Newsreader Help

I am currently using Akregator for all my RSS needs. I have a question however. I have a lot of news feeds and I have a lot of articles (about 100/day) from each feed that I would like to keep (and save I mean for the future). Is there anyway to save the articles themselves onto the computer along with the feeds (which I know can be saved as xml or opml) so that if I change programs or I burn them onto a cd I could get them back? Something like this.

If so, how? If not with Akregator, can any linux program do this for me? ? Thank you!

P.S. I went to the FedoraForum which is a great forum but I was wondering if more people can answer my question here. Thanks again.

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