Asko P. To quote Borat; "Great success!" -
Martijn But what if my clients use ancient browsers and do not support SNI!? </sarcasm>
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Mark Dain Considering it's not really IE, it's Windows XP that's the issue, you can play the "it's been abandoned by Microsoft" card. Windows XP is no longer supported and for a dedicated IP address, I'll have to charge you lots of money for this.
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Asko P. Give them this link: or charge $$ for upgrading their browser. </not sarcasm> </real talk>
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