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I thought showing this in action like that is a lame approach to do that so I recorded a short video in order to demonstrate this.
In this video I also tried to show what is happening behind the scenes.
Obviously there are some potential issues with this approach, but as I was working on it, I thought I'd share.
If there is a more up-to-date issue that I wasn't able to find, please let me know.
If we don't want to fix it, let's mark this "won't fix" for future reference. Filtering out by TLD at this low level is presumptuous.
So, I try to adjust the regex expression in the function valid_email_address, // $domain = '(? :[a-z A-Z0-9]|[a-z A-Z0-9][a-z A-Z0-9\-]*[a-z A-Z0-9])\.? But I would like to mention that the issue the OP posted about is still present.
Dries, [email protected] is a normal RFC1035 address, but are you trying to tell me that some people are using [email protected] If we chose the last alternative, we should patch explicitly stating that we want that possible final dot, and then close this issue.
Please note that neither the old nor the new version tries to limit the length of the top domain, or tries to say that it should come from the series of standard top domains like .biz, .eu, .com, .uk, etc.
These could be improved to allow admins to allow, require or disallow certain domains or TLDs if that doesn't work properly yet. I strongly believe that valid_email_address should not try to make intelligent guesses about the hostname namespace, and instead stick to the letter of RFC 822 as closely as feasible.
Edit: NOTE - this patch is racing against another one that expands validation from addr-spec to full mailbox format. Hi, I also meet this email validation problem now when I found one user registered with email like [email protected]