current usage of AAAA implicit MX?
Joseph T. Klein
jtk at titania.net
Tue Apr 15 18:20:18 CEST 2008
As a person who has a humble mail server at the end of an IPv6 tunnel, I
get a small amount of traffic.
The sources are primarily mail list. These include any list relayed by
mx2.freebsd.org, mout?.freenet.de, mail.lacnic.net, and mail.ietf.org.
I am using sendmail, cyrus imapd and thunderbird ... all the software in
the path can and does handle IPv6 e-mail.
On occasions I come across broken DNS and arrogant network
administrators who are unwilling to fix the brokenness.
The floodgates will open when gmail, yahoo, and hotmail decide to take
Sander Steffann wrote:
>> * How big is the existing IPv6-enabled email world?
> The last few days I have seen incoming IPv6 SMTP from:
> - AT&T (2001:1890::/32)
> - Bit (2001:7b8::/32)
> - Bytemark (2001:41c8::/32)
> - Cambrium.nl (2a02:58::/32)
> - Surfnet (2001:610::/32)
> - Easynet (2001:6f8::/32)
> - Eweka (2001:4de0::/32)
> - Freenet.de (2001:748::/32)
> - ICP (2001:4020::/32)
> - Interway (2001:8e0::/32)
> - NBL (2001:1bc8::/32)
> - NTT (2001:218::/32)
> - Proserve (2001:828::/32)
> - Speedkom (2001:14e0::/32)
> - Xs4all (2001:888::/32)
> In traffic volume it's not much, but it seems to be growing.
> - Sander
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