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Can you recommend a good RSS aggregator that sends regular email digest to me?

I would like to be able to add a few feeds and then, say every day or every week it will send an email containing my list of subscribed articles.

I found Feed My Inbox but there you can do very limited things with a free account.

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You can try using ifttt.com

You will need tell it to take an RSS feed and email it to you. Should only take a few minutes to setup.

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Check out FriendFeed

FriendFeed was designed to be used more as a real-time stream, but you can use it as a regular feed aggregator if you want. You can set it to give you email notifications -- in real time, best of day, or best of week -- or IMs in real-time.

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I haven't personally used this, but you could use the following site: http://feed.informer.com/ or you could technically use Yahoo Pipes to aggregate the feeds together and use FeedBurner to send a daily digest.

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how do I send a daily digest using FeedBurner? I played around and didn't find the option. –  Louis Rhys Jan 24 '11 at 16:09
    
A bit of a hack, but add the feed via FeedBurner, go to the feed options page, and then click the 'publicize' tab. There should be an 'Email Subscriptions' link on the left-side - click that. Go to the link specified under 'Subscription Link Code' section and visit the link specified in the textbox. You should be able to subscribe yourself that way. –  Jon Jan 24 '11 at 16:20
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