Recently, Gmail started to allow the use of authenticated Atom feeds to check for new mail. (The URL for it is https://gmail.google.com/gmail/feed/atom)
Anyhow, my problem is that I have multiple Gmail accounts. When I try to add more than one feed with the URL above, but with different Usernames and Passwords in the Authentication section, it still says "You are already subscribed to this feed" and does not add it.
The content changes based on the Username and Password supplied. It would be very very helpful if the method used to check for duplicate feeds allowed the use of the same URL if, and only if, different Usernames and Passwords are in each of them.
Does this make sense? For example:
Gmail Account 1
Gmail Account 2
Are actually different feeds because the username and password are different, so the content changes too.
Thank you for your time
You may try to use a tweaked form of the feed url to workaround like this:
Please response, if you get it work.
That is a good workaround for it. I added just random things after a # to make them work.
Other sites may be stricter about the URLs being exactly right, but Gmail seems to work fine with the fake part added afterwards to trick RSS Bandit. Maybe the code to check for duplicates can be updated in future versions. Obviously this isnt a pressing issue.
The odd thing is that for one of my accounts, there is an error caused when it tries to parse. The feed error shows Object reference not set to an instance of an object. It only happens with that one account.
I checked the incoming packets, so I know the XML was received before it breaks like that.
Thank you for the workaround.
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