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External Publishing Problems?

There seem to be a few issues with publishing blogs externally. When publishing, the Bloggers state that they are getting "Get Error: 001 Broken Pipe" or "001 Broken Pipe".

  1. FTP Broken Pipe (Blogger's port range) OPEN 3/5

  2. Broken Pipe 001 OPEN 3/23

  3. Can't publish posts OPEN 3/23

  4. Can't publish new blog entry OPEN 3/31

  5. Unable to post... Same as external problem? OPEN 3/31



If you are getting this error, please add your thread to Blogger Help. And please report the problem to BS - and post the ticket number in your BH thread.

(Update, July 10): In Broken Pipe Issue Try this..., we may have a breakthru. Try publishing an individual post, rather than republishing the whole blog at once.
...the REAL problem is when you "Publish the Entire Blog". I had success publishing the "Index Only" and all the separate Posts individually.


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