IPv6 Considerations

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  1. DaMadHatter

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    From the anti abuse group

    It would appear the anti's have not caught up to IPv6. But some mailers are already testing the waters.
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    I think antis are the only kinds of people who would enable IPv6 on their mail servers at this stage of the transition.
     
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    I thought the same, as it is apparent they are trying to find a way to merge their systems into IPv6 policing. Which, apparently is not so easy.

    However, there are many web hosting companies who are running out of IPv4 space, and are now only allowing 1-3 IP's and the rest have to be IPv6. While not all web hosts are hurting for IP space, there are some scrambling now. Especially the smaller shared/VPS providers. As they will need to rethink their business model based on the current market.
     

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