We've got a relay (RU server) up and running with hosts mostly on version 7.x and viewers also on version 7.x. From the server logs it seems that we have a large number of non-TLS connections from viewers. I can always send an email to everybody to update to the specially created 7.x viewer we have, but it's certain that a large number of users will not update.
For that purpose, is it possible to block old 6.x viewers automatically on the relay server?
I avoid mass installations of a product not widely deployed or not used for some time. It takes a lot of effort for our 2 person IT department to fix issues; our last attempt to upgrade our 6.x installations to 7.x hosts ended up with us having to manually uninstall/re-install/fix 100 installations!
I do not know if that issue was fixed or not, but since there was this user report about possible issues, I'll wait for a month or so to see how it goes from your end.
Thank you for the detailed accounting of the issue. I could not see the update on May 13th. It's been more than one day since I last tried though and the update still does not show up. This definitely seems like a feedly issue, since a day has passed and the update does still not show up.
Granted, according to feedly, only one other person has subscribed to this feed. Still according to them, one day would be the maximum to re-fetch information from the site. Not sure if some https caching here is at play.