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"Blogs may not be hosted at naked domains" - Fixed

We are seeing reports from relieved bloggers that their custom domain published blogs are now accessible, from both the domain root ("naked domain") and from the "www" alias. The earlier error, "Blogs may not be hosted at naked domains", appears to be resolved, for at least properly configured DNS addresses.

Now, other matters, such as FTP Publishing with inoperative feeds, await the attention of Blogger Support.

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