alvarnell Posted March 25, 2012 Share Posted March 25, 2012 I know that you are still unable to process IPv6 and although I don't understand why it has taken so long, I'm only a programming hack, so I fully accept this explanation. But in looking at this report that my wife just received <http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z5289635500z16378c05fd5d4dde0a8c11817145f277z> I see only one IPv6 associated with server <MailboxCluster3.adsroot.uts.edu.au> which I can easily locate as IP 184.108.40.206. I'm not understanding why you would not use such a workaround to process such spam? There is no way to know whether they intentionally inserted an IPv6 to thwart SpamCop in this case, but I'm sure you are aware of instances where that has been done. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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