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Automatic Notification of New Software Releases
To be automatically notified when new software releases are available, you can subscribe to the PacketShaper RSS feed.
Note: The following instructions send the RSS feed to Outlook. However, you can send the feed to Yahoo or standalone readers as well.
1. Go to: https://bto.bluecoat.com/support/blue-coat-support-rss-feeds2. Select PacketShaper from the Products list.3. Copy the URL. 4. Go to Outlook and right-click the RSS Feeds folder.5. Select Add a New RSS Feed.6. Paste in the URL and click Add.7. Click Yes. A new folder is created in RSS Feeds called knowledgebase - datacategory - PacketShaper.
When new PacketShaper knowledge base articles are published, Blue Coat will send an email notification to the PacketShaper RSS Feeds folder. The email will contain a link to the article.Release announcements will provide you with the following types of information for the new release: the release number, a link to the Downloads page on BTO, highlights of the release, and links to related documentation and training materials.
Note: You may also want to subscribe to one or more PacketWise software feeds (for example PacketWise_9).
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