If you decide to keep RSS Feeds in an Outlook Data File (.pst) file, you will only have access to those items on the computer where the file is located.
RSS Feeds that save items to a folder located within your Exchange mailbox are available to you from any computer with Outlook that connects to your Exchange account, including if you connect to your Exchange account by using Outlook Anywhere or from Outlook Web Access.
Neither Microsoft nor Outlook can assist you if your access is suspended or banned by an RSS Feed publisher.
In most cases, you do not need to change where RSS Feeds are saved.
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It is difficult to answer without more info on what your site does to generate the RSS. The data (headline, text, link, image etc.) are wrapped in the XML markup of a specific format which defines it as RSS.
In it, you mentioned that the feeds are normally consumed by a feed reader.
Important: Some publishers strictly enforce these limits.
If you check for updates more frequently than the specified limit, the RSS Feed publisher can temporarily or permanently block your access.
When you subscribe to an RSS Feed, Outlook periodically checks for updated postings.
RSS Feed publishers can specify the maximum frequency at which a check for new postings should occur. For example, an RSS Feed might have a maximum polling frequency of 60 minutes — this means don't check for updates more than once per hour.