Thanks for the prompt reply Anders.
Since JH doesn't utilise GET variables, the IP address could be
utilised into the request using this method. IP addresses are
obviously limited in length, so there's no chance of exceeding the
limited GET length.
I could easily be missing something, just a suggestion!!!
On Jul 14, 12:14 pm, Anders Brownworth <ander...@gmail.com
> I don't have the remote IP included in the re-post. I'd have to think about
> how to do that without messing up people's existing usage. Let me think
> about that one.
> JH won't change IPs anytime soon. We did change about 1.5 years ago to move
> to a new server farm but there are no plans to make a change for the
> foreseeable future. I'll post to the list before making a move like that.
> Thanks for using JustHumans.com.
> On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 7:41 PM, Dan B <daniel.bryancur...@rea.org.au
> > Hi All-
> > I know JH tracks IP addresses, because if I choose to be sent an email
> > with every post, the user IP address is included.
> > Is it possible to pass this IP address along to the re-post URL with
> > the rest of the POST? I know I can have a "hidden" field with the IP
> > address included, but it would be possible for this to be tampered
> > with, I think. I'd prefer if JH added the IP field at the JH stage,
> > to ensure it can't be tampered.
> > Also, on my re-post URL, I've limited the access to only the JH IP
> > address, so it's impossible for the page to be used by any other
> > service. Will the JH IP Address be steadily static? It hasn't
> > changed in the past few weeks as far as I can tell.
> > Cheers,
> > Dan
> Anders Brownworthhttp://www.anders.com/