Zitat von Martijn Brinkers <martijn(a)djigzo.com>om>:
are there any
problems suspected when part of the mailflow will be IPv6?
Djigzo will be sandwiched with IPv4 localhost but we are on the way to
configure Postfix for IPv6. So the question is if there is some internal
processing (mail header etc.) which is purely IPv4 or may choke on IPv6?
It should work but I have only briefly tested it with IPv6. The only
thing that might be problematic is sending email explicitly to an IPv6
address like for example: test@[0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1]. I'm not sure whether
Javamail, which is used by Djigzo, allows email addresses like that.
As said for now incoming and outgoing points seen by Djigzo would be
IPv4 localhost anyway (Postfix). The only points as of now which are
suspected to IPv6 are:
- Mailheader containing IPv6 addresses
- CRL distribution points reachable by IPv6 (not likely for the next
- The Management Interface (not necessary as of now)
As far as i know Java is until now not really IPv6 aware so i decided
to ask before break the system.