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If you use Feedburner and migrating to HTTPS, beware, you need to keep your original feed source URLs HTTP for now. cc +John Mueller 
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Why don't they just pull the plug, honestly? Their support for Feedburner has been awful since the day they bought it. IMO, they destroyed that product.
I've always thought that Feedburner would have been one of the first services to be retired under the new "more wood behind fewer arrows" philosophy. I find it strange that it is still around.
Thanks for the tip on this. I'm soon changing a large real estate site from http to https and going to have to deal with all of this! :-)
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