dstiles - 9:08 pm on May 21, 2012 (gmt 0)
On the other hand, one of my customers gets orders world-wide and says he needs the translate feature - not that many translates get through because the IPs have already been blocked by some other stupid G app sharing the same IP ranges.
Lucy - the DNS entry is old-ish (2009), which surprised me, but I've seen nothing "bad" from the range before or I would have logged it.
As a range, it's sandwiched between a softlayer /15 and reliablehosting. Since DNS was updated Feb this year I wonder if they've recently "borrowed" it from around there hoping to bamboozle us. :)