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Jason Stubbs
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I have Office 365 Outlook setup as a lite app. so far so good. I would like to setup notifications for new emails. Not sure what I need to do to find out the notification feed.

Can anyone help?
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Hi Jason, Office offers RSS feeds only for changes to documents, but not for individual emails. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Create-an-alert-or-subscribe-to-an-RSS-feed-e5a79e7b-a146-46da-a9ef-d65409ba8918

So, unfortunately, you might not be able to set up notifications for it within Hermit.
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Is it possible to change the notification sound? Metal is using the same one as text messages and I would like to differentiate between the two.
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As far as I know it's not possible now. I set my default as silent and set individual sounds for certain apps. Once Metal makes this possible, I'll find something for it. 
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Put the internet to work for you. IFTTT lets you create powerful connection...
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Oh, what a surprise! The more religious you are, the less you believe in science, especially if it conflicts with your beliefs! 
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Looks like fun!

Dakine World Facebook 1: http://youtu.be/0Bt-NqV4Gq8
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Atheist = Terrorist? WTF?! 
Saudi Arabia has introduced a series of new laws which define atheists as terrorists, according to a report from Human Rights Watch.
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I upgraded to pro so I could add a third lite app for my work email (office 365). When I am scrolling through the inbox, I can scroll down (move finger up on screen) to see older messages. If I try to scroll up (move finger down) the inbox does not scroll. Instead, the lite app window pulls down for a refresh.

I cannot scroll up to my new messages.

I checked the same functionality for my LinkedIn lite app, and scroll up & down works great.

Is this a bug?
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Yeah, that's exactly it. Some sites implement their own behavior, and you can disable Hermit's pull to refresh for those sites.
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It's a miracle?! 
A man has been crushed to death after a giant crucifix dedicated to Pope John Paul II collapsed, just days before a historic Papal canonisation in Rome.
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I'm sure Camp Quest would be happy to have this troop
#BSA #biggots
The decision bars a church-sponsored troop in south Seattle from using logos, uniforms or names associated with the Boy Scouts as long as the gay scoutmaster remains in charge.
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Happy chocolate egg shitting bunny day! 
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Very cool
 
Using little more than a few perforated sheets of plastic and a staggering amount of number crunching, Duke engineers have demonstrated the world’s first three-dimensional acoustic cloak. The new device reroutes sound waves to create the impression that both the cloak and anything beneath it are not there.
The acoustic cloaking device works in all three dimensions, no matter which direction the sound is coming from or where the observer is located, and holds potential for future applications such as sonar avoidance and architectural acoustics.

Read more: http://ow.ly/vGQLX

Photo credit: Duke University
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You text bad words: I'll kill you! 
A Christian couple has been sentenced to death in Pakistan after being accused of sending a text message to a local Muslim leader insulting the prophet Mohammed, their lawyer and prosecutors say. The couple has denied the charges and said they would appeal the sentence. Their lawyer Nadeem...
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Brit. Beer lover. Mountain Biker. RC Heli Crasher. Electronics Engineer, gadget geek, PS3 and GS3 owner. Skeptic. Atheist.
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Cat herding, ninja parenting, blood letting (stones only), finding haystacks with needles in them.
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Dallas, TX - Cleveland, OH - Pittsburgh, PA - Cambridge, UK - Manchester, UK - Stoke on Trent, UK
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For an expensive 4 star hotel, the rooms are not good. Small, old furniture & dirty carpets. They are overdue for refurbishment.
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reviewed 4 months ago
We usually ship here for food and drinks before going to the glass cactus. Our favorite restaurant is Riverwalk cantina. Great margaritas, good food. We really like the atmosphere in the whole open space. A great place to go for Christmas celebrations too.
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reviewed 5 months ago
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For nearly a year, my son Lucas has been asking to do Karate. Five months ago, we finally agreed to sign him up. We had heard great reviews about Spicar's from other parents and decided to check them out. Well, 5 months later, two successful belt tests and a dedicated 7 year old can agree that Spicar's Taekwondo is a great place to go. Lucas is always happy to go and is very proud of his achievements in such a short period of time. So are his parents! He is well on his way to achieving his personal goal of getting his black belt and becoming a "Nine year old Ninja!!" The only complaint I have is that I wished I had signed him up sooner! Now we have our 3 year old boy signed up for the Lil' Tigers class too! Mr & Mrs Spicar and the whole team of instructors are amazing and dedicated to providing the students the best they can give.
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