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The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) document, RFC 3696, “Application Techniques for Checking and Transformation of Names” by John Klensin, gives several valid e-mail addresses that are rejected by many PHP validation routines. Even assuming a preprocessing step that converts uppercase alphabetic characters to lowercase, the expression rejects addresses with valid characters, such as the slash (/), equal sign (=), exclamation point (! The expression also requires that the highest-level domain component has only two or three characters, thus rejecting valid domains, such as .museum. First, it fails to recognize many valid e-mail address characters, such as percent (%).The addresses: Abc\@[email protected], customer/[email protected] ! Another favorite regular expression solution is the following: This regular expression rejects all the valid examples in the preceding paragraph. Second, it splits the e-mail address into user name and domain parts at the at sign (@).

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Validating email php

function check Email($email) { if(preg_match("/^([a-z A-Z0-9])+([a-z A-Z0-9\._-]) ↪*@([a-z A-Z0-9_-])+([a-z A-Z0-9\._-]+)+$/", $email)){ list($username,$domain)=split('@',$email); if(!

checkdnsrr($domain,'MX')) { return false; } return true; } return false; One of the better solutions comes from Dave Child's blog at ILove Jack Daniel's (, shown in Listing 2 (

Blog posts: Description: How to configure mail server: Add the package to The first email address '[email protected]' is the one to be checked, and the second '[email protected]' is an email address to be provided to the server.

This email needs to be valid and from the same server that the script is running from.

The only major flaw in the code collectively developed at ILove Jack Daniel's is that it fails to allow for quoted characters, such as \@, in the user name.

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