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My podcast is still present on iTunes but nobody can download.

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Jul 17, 2012 10:11 PM

Hi everybody. I have a big problem with my podcast which is down since days.

I'm using Feedburner to run it at the address since 2008, but during the last week nobody can reach online nor download with iTunes any of the files,  receiving instead a “unknown error 8006” from iTunes.


The podcat is still listed in iTunes, people can subscripe to it, but none can listen to any of the programs, no matter if it's a brand new or an old one. I checked hundred of times Feedburner to see if anything happened, I pinged hundreds of times, I resync it about ten times... but nothing happened. All the media files are avaliable on the website or on other media aggregators, but not on iTunes.


I used web-sniffer to analyze the original feed which is, receiving this answer: Status: HTTP/1.1 302 Moved Temporarily. So i tried to submit again the podcast to iTunes, but the system tells me that the podcast is alredy present. I did not made any major changing on the podcast recently. The only thing I did was to change “max-result=” from the original "32" to "40" to have more episodes listed on iTunes, then I changed it again to "32" - and "36"  thinking this was the problem – I already did this in the past without any problem.


I'm so upset because if I have to resend the podcast to iTunes I will lose all my contacts and my overall position in the iTunes chart in Italy which is fairly good. Any wise suggestion?


Thanks a lot for the help.




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