In my experience with RSS, the feed is compiled by the last X items where X is a variable.Certain Feeds may have the full list, but for bandwidth sake most places are likely limiting to just the last few items.The only reason that Google Reader has more information is that it remembered it from when it came up the first time.There is some information on something like this talked about as an extension to the ATOM protocol, but I don't know if it is actually implemented anywhere.from a data center instead from at home or on a server instead of a laptop) allows you to easily run the feedreader only then and when without loosing items which were posted after your feedreader fetched feeds the last time but rotated out again before you fetch them the next time.I call that concept a and I've implemented a proof of concept implementation called sfp.I've been experimenting with writing my own RSS reader. The thing I'm getting stuck on is "How do I fetch older posts?
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The first part is to uncheck the publisher update recommendation, and the second part is to define a new send/receive group for the RSS Feeds that you will change their update intervals. Step 1: Open the Account Settings dialog box: Step 2: In the Account Settings dialog box, click the RSS Feeds tab and select the feed name that you will change its update interval, and then click the Change button.
Step 3: In the RSS Feed Options dialog box, please uncheck the option of Use the Publisher update recommendation. See the following screen shot: Step 4: Click OK and Close to exit two dialog boxes.
Basically Google Reader was doing this for free and when you interacted with it you could retrieve this stored informaton from the google database servers.
Now that they have retired the service, to my knowledge you have two choices.