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Subject: Some kind of feed link?
From: JP <jp...@koa.net>
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My boss has now asked me if we can use some kind of feed link from our
extranet site that will send him emails when an articles is added. I
was told earlier in my travels that you can't do this with a protected
site. Is there a way to make this happen without putting 50 zillion
more extensions in?