MarkOly - 4:50 am on Jul 1, 2013 (gmt 0)
It always reports: error code: 503 (temporarily overloaded). I wonder if Google sees that as a broken link? It's strange. The link works. But it always reports as 503.
Is the exact wording "temporarily overloaded" coming from Xenu or from the server? It's more precise than the definition of 503 ("service unavailable").
As a human, can you get to the page "cold" by simply typing in the URL, or do you have to follow some kind of procedure?
"error code: 503 (temporarily overloaded)" is the exact wording coming from Xenu. You can retrieve the page cold by typing in the URL. It's a standard USPS online tool. The same thing happens with the standard USPS Rate calculator: [postcalc.usps.com...] I used to link to that and Xenu would always report it as "error code: 503 (temporarily overloaded)".