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    Lost RSS feeds....
    I suddenly can't subscribe to ANY RSS feeds from any site....

    I get a Safari message that says........

    Safari can’t open the page “feed://feeds.feedburner.com/mac-forums-recent”. The error was: “Operation could not be completed. (PubSub error 203.)” (PubSub:203) Please choose Report Bugs to Apple from the Safari menu, note the error number, and describe what you did before you saw this message.

    I get this with ANY one I try to subscribe too.... Anyone know why?

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    MacHeadCase
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    Whoah! You're not alone! It seems the problem affects RSS feed in Mail as well... Didn't even know you could use RSS feeds in Mail! LOL

    Maybe it would be worth it reporting the problem to the WebKit team or at least posting in those Apple Discussions threads: I've read that some Apple developers have a look on a regular basis to see what problems are being reported.

    Did you try creating a new user account to see if the RSS feeds are ok there?

    Sorry I don't have any other ideas on this to help out.

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    Yikes!! Ok..... not like I really "need" RSS's but there are just 2 that I really like.

    I'll have to mess around later with it. Thanks MHC!

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    MacHeadCase
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    I wonder if dragging this file to the trash would help...

    Macintosh HD -> Users -> your user account -> Library -> Application Support -> RSS Menu -> Feeds List.plist

    Drag it to the trash (don't empty the trash just yet), restart and see if the problem is solved. If not, replace the file where it came from. I'll be on the lookout and if I come across anything, I'll post it here.

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    Odd.... I don't have the -> RSS Menu -> Feeds List.plist

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    Ok...... on the first link you made (you are not ALONE), the answer is in the very last post made by someone.

    what I did was USERS -> ME -> LIBRARY -> PUBSUB -> DATABASE -> then deleted the database.sqlite3 file... quit Safari, relaunched and the RSS feeds work ..... (for now). See how long it last.

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    MacHeadCase
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    Quote Originally Posted by MACyMouse View Post
    Odd.... I don't have the -> RSS Menu -> Feeds List.plist
    Ok that's probably explained by the fact that I am still on OS X Tiger 10.4.x and you use OS X Leopard 10.5.x?

    In any case, I'm glad you got it sorted!

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    yeah...... using 10.5.1

    funny too, I'm not getting email noti's .. happens from time to time...

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