According to the documentation, the macro can be disabled by an administrator or subjected to a whitelist. It may just be a matter of contacting them and adding the urls to a whitelist for your instance.
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On Feb 21, 2014, at 9:42 AM, Kimberly Silk <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> I'm stumped on this one, and hoping you brilliant folk can help out.
> I am using a hosted Confluence wiki as a knowledge base for my research team. I want to be able to embed RSS feeds from various journals into the confluence page, so that the current tables of contents are listed on the wiki page. I've looked for an RSS widget for Confluence, but no luck.
> It seems to me that this should be doable - any hints??
> PS: GO TEAM CANADA!!!! #PlayLikeAGirl
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