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Thanks to the RSS System (Really Simple Syndication) you can receive the latest business and financial news from Prelios in real time. These can be accessed via „Investor Relations“ können Sie den neuesten Stand der jüngsten wirtschaftlichen und finanziellen Nachrichten von Prelios in Echtzeit erhalten. Diese werden unter "Investor Relations" and in Area Stampa e Ufficio Studi. RSS is a distribition sustem that enables you to receive newscasts on your computer as soon as they are published. In order to access the RSS system you need a connection to the internet and specialised software that collects and positions the news items on your computer, PDA or mobile phone (in so far as the latter is equipped to read feeders).

Software for RSS
There are various types of Free- and Shareware that can be downloaded from the internet, depending on the type of computer, the operating system and, in some cases, the browser being used. The most important types of Freeware include Feedreader and Sharpreader for Windows, Sage Plug-ins for FireFox/ThunderBird und Straw for Linux. If you are using Mozilla we recommend the Urss Plug-ins and Netnewswire Lite for the Mac OS X operating system. Appropriate Shareware includes  FeedDemon for Windows, Newsgator for Outlook and Netnewswire for Mac OS X.

To activate the feeds, once the program has been downloaded, CLICK ON THE RIGHT MOUSE BUTTON, select "copy link", and copy the link into your Favourites.


For users of Explorer 7
Internet Explorer 7 can download Podcasts without any additional software. If the website you are visiting is offering a Podcast service, then the „Feed“ icon will light up. As soon as you click on "Subscribe to this feed" the feed will be added to the "Common Feed List". This means you can read the up to date news bulletins and, by clicking on the caption, access the complete linked websites.

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