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  • I’ve been using Bloglet for my email subscription needs for almost two years. I switched to WordPress a while ago and have had sporadic problems where Bloglet gets an error when picking up my RSS feed. About a week ago I noticed I wasn’t getting emails and checked the Bloglet error message. It says “The underlying connection was closed: The server committed an HTTP protocol violation. “. I’ve been searching the web and can only find that it is a common WordPress RSS feed problem, but I can’t figure out a fix. Does anyone have any info on this? I have almost 200 subscribers who haven’t been getting anything.

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  • I have exactly the same issue but know one is doing anything abou it! ever since I upgraded the ms .net framework on my pc all wordpress rss feeds dont work and I get the same “The underlying connection was closed: The server committed an HTTP protocol violation”, some one help!

    I have the same problem with my RSS feed over at Can anyone help???

    I haven’t even upgraded my .net, but maybe Bloglet did. It’s strange.

    I’m getting the same error trying to add my site, any ideas yet on why this happens?

    Moderator James Huff


    URL please…

    I had the same problem. It’s a problem with “Last-Modified” http header sent in the header file I believe.
    Search (grep) on the wordpress php files and look for “Last Modified” (note, no hyphen.) Once you find it, add the hyphen and you should be good to go. It should read like this:
    Once I made that change, my Newsgator would finally read my own feeds.

    I’ve been trying to find this, but I can’t see it anywhere… any hints?
    I’m having the same problem with bloglet you guys are having
    Subscribtions to blogs are such a hassle!!

    Fantastick Macmanx you’re a subscriber-saver! I was going crazy with bloglet!!

    Moderator James Huff


    Glad I could help.

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