Subscribe to the Office 365 URLs and IP Addresses RSS Feed in Outlook


From time to time, we update the URLs and IP addresses that our services use.  This happens as a normal course of business (deploying new services, adding new capacity in datacenters or regions).  If your organization is trying to filter network traffic, you need to make sure you are allowing your users to these services.  We publish a feed that contains these updates.  One way to keep up-to-date is by subscribing to the feed in Outlook.

  1. File > Account Settings
  2. Select the RSS Tab
  3. Click New and enter the feed URL (https://support.office.com/en-us/o365ip/rss) and click Add.
  4. Click Change Folder.
  5. Select an appropriate folder and click OK.  I drop mine in the Inbox.
  6. Click OK.
  7. If you left it as the default feed name, you can enter From:”Office 365 URLs and IP Addresses” in the mailbox search bar.

 

Comments (21)

  1. Manoj R says:

    Facing below issue while adding the url in RSS Feed

    Outlook cannot download the RSS content from https://support.office.com/en-us/o365ip because of a problem connecting to the server.

    1. AngeloJ says:

      I have the same issue as Manoj R.
      Actually I was subsribed and since 12 October, it has been unable to sync, so I was trying to remove and add back when I’m having this issue as experienced by Manoj

      “Manoj R
      September 22, 2016 at 6:03 am

      Facing below issue while adding the url in RSS Feed

      Outlook cannot download the RSS content from https://support.office.com/en-us/o365ip because of a problem connecting to the server.”

      1. Eddie Wilson says:

        I have the same issue. No rss feeds work in Outlook anymore

  2. Robin St.Clair says:

    The RSS feed is still in operation. Given the rate at which this information changes it is very convenient. There are tools to convert RSS feed data into into code, which makes automating whitelist updates on the firewall easier

    1. Selma says:

      Hi,
      Can you talk to us how to do this “There are tools to convert RSS feed data into into code, which makes automating whitelist updates on the firewall easier”?

      I can´t add rss feed too.

      Sincerely

      1. Redonkulous says:

        Me neither. Outlook 2007-2016 won’t support https feeds!!!!!!!!!!

        1. You can check out a tool called MineMeld which helps automate the firewall side. https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/products/secure-the-network/subscriptions/minemeld

          1. Redonkulous says:

            What does this have to do with a firewall? (Outlook RSS Feeds not working with https).

          2. Which part? If you’re looking for information as to why you need to manage to your network, you need to make sure your endpoints can get to Office 365 (http://aka.ms/o365endpoints).

  3. SLO says:

    Badly formated RSS? lastBuidDate is 2014 today (25-NOV-2107). It seems it prevent some reader from working.

    Wed, 12 Feb 2014 08:51:56 GMT

    1. The RSS feed link worked for me.

      1. SLO says:

        Thanks for anwering. Sure the link works.

        I was pointing out the xml seems not compliant with the spec that say the <lastBuildDate> tag should be The last time the content of the channel changed.

        Start of file is : (edited to try and avoid the blog software to swallow tags – See last line which is the lastBuildTime tag)
        “””
        <rss version=”2.0″>
        <channel>
        <title>Office 365 URLs and IP Addresses</title>
        <lastBuildDate>Wed, 12 Feb 2014 08:51:56 GMT</lastBuildDate>
        “””

        Best regards

        1. Oh, I see what you mean. I’ve notified the support team.

        2. Mohsen says:

          Hi,
          Could you help me out?
          When I add this RSS feed to Outlook 2016, it prompts me for sign-in. After I enter my support.office.com account info I receive a page not found error.
          Any help would be appreciated.

  4. Mohsen says:

    Hi
    When I try to add this RSS feed to Outlook 2016, it prompts me for sign-in. After I enter my support.office.com credentials, I receive “page not fount” error.
    Any help is greatly appreciated.

    1. It added fine for me. It shouldn’t require any authentication at all.

  5. pshankland says:

    Does not work with Outlook 2016. As already mentioned; because the URL does not end in .xml, Outlook doesn’t know how to parse it. Why can this page not be correctly XML formatted??

    1. oliver says:

      Now it worked for me in Outlook2016…
      1. open Internet Explorer, go to https://support.office.com/en-us/o365ip/rss
      2. click on favorites/feed/”add feed”
      now it is added to Internet Explorer.
      3.click on favorites/feed/”import and Export”
      4.export to file “…\feeds.opml” will be created
      5. open Outlook, go to Rss-feeds in the Navigation pane ,right click and choose “Import OPML file”
      6. configure Option or leave the Defaults -> here we go.
      best regards from Vienna 😉
      Oliver

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