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Location Data From IP address

This can be used to select lanauge or pre-fill some data fields. It can also be used to grant or deny access. For example, many users are now blocking email access from China and Korea due to the massive volumn of spam send from servers in those countries.

Methods in order of preference:

  1. LOC record in the DNS entry for the host
  2. Complete DB / Text file match
  3. Domain parsing file
  4. Hostname reduction match
  5. WhoIs record
  6. Country Code

See also:

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