> > no support for ipv6  
> not really a problem. it is 2017 and I still haven't encountered any
> situation where IPv6 is actually being used, despite working a lot
> with computers and routers (IPv6 is there but nobody is using it...
> Never ever had to use those ridiculous IPv6 addresses, yet)

Actually, I run IPv6-enabled mail servers, and I am (at least some
times) getting IPv6 connections with Google's mail servers. This is
fairly recent behavior. A good chunk of Amazon AWS has recently enabled

I rent (very cheap) two servers that have no public IPv4 IP addresses,
only IPv6.

IPv6 is coming, count on it.

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