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I've written some code and I'm thinking of making it available as a toolkit in a compiled script library. Using LotusScript with ls2j and a java object I created, you can easily pass in a name server and host name and get back the ip address of the host if it exists. Its got a lot of uses, but dns blacklists are one key place you might want to use it. Since it doesn't require any dll's or add-on server installs to run, and will work in any R6 server or client, do you think enough people would want to buy that?
I know it CAN be done other ways -- like COM calls out to the operating system -- but those methods are OS specific.
If I sold this thing at like, $250 per server, or $10/workstation in bulk for workstation based applications, you think it'd have a market?
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