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But what if my clients use ancient browsers and do not support SNI!? </sarcasm>
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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.
Give them this link:
or charge $$ for upgrading their browser. </not sarcasm> </real talk>