make sure the url is point to RSS or Atom feed(s)

Gnetwork

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It looks like the problem is with your server SSL
I saw this issue, but this is not mine, often occours because of outdatet lib curl version without supporting universal SSL. thanks anyway :)
 

Gnetwork

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Feedpress costs Money and the Feedburner Workarround ist yust buggy as hell. The simplest and best Solution would be if the https issue would get fixed, in most cases its yust a upgrade curl, possible to do within seconds. My current idea is to build a own feed proxy.. but this is yust a further workarround.. of a workarround of a workarround. I can't use plain http for feeds, i'm in the SSL Browser Preload list and one rule is strict ssl
 

Gnetwork

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It's so sad that i even did not get a response to this ...i'm slowly beginning to search for alternative companys
 
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