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    RSS feed flows uses port 80, doesn't it ?
    If not, which TCP/UDP port does it use ?
    Does it function via a proxy and through a firewall ?

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    We make an *outbound* request from the server. So what your network does after that is up to you. From that server can use wget to test:

    wget rss.degroupnews.com
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    ok i've tried to connect to the generation-nt.com RSS feed and also to the degroupnews.com RSS feed, but I can't get it in a new folder creation.

    However, i've tried from the server console, and wget can get the files specified (rss.xml for generation-nt.com for example).

    I don't understand because i've configured the proxy in the /etc/wgetrc ...

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    We do not use wget to fetch the feed. That was just an example to test. If you have a proxy that's not supported today. The feed manager expects a connection directly.
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