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RHarmsen.nl

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Is there anything planned for putting IPv6 support into the Mailserver.

Would be very great if someone is able to send and recieve mail over IPv6.
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peterj

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Let them fix the bugs first.

Seems a bit whimsical...!
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raynet

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We are actually doing IPV6 on our network and currently wanted to have our KMS go along with it. Our AXIS Cameras are already working on IPV6 and AVG Anti-Virus.

[Updated on: Tue, 26 August 2008 10:33]

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Best is to contact kerio through support to file a feature request, this will help moving the request up in the wanted list so it might get implemented faster.

I also hope IPv6 support will be made available in the near future, also for Kerio Winroute.
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I'm largely a newby in the IPv6 arena, but I guess it shouldn't be very hard. I mean, email protocols (SMTP, POP, IMAP, etc.) are above the IP layer so those don't have to change. Right? Only DNS request (IPv6 still uses MX records as IPv4?) and the ability to input IPv6 addresses in the address groups/etc. Right?

Anybody feel like writing a quick 'introduction into email in a IPv6 world'? Cool
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