It's causing problems with delivery of the ENTIRE list? " A lot of the time developing a very complicated piece of software is supporting it (I think, anyways). It's behavior is modified by the values of mxcheck(), tldcheck(), local_rules(), fqdn(), and fudge().
A simple syntax check works in most cases, especially if you limit only accept the routing portion of the address. I have run a periodic validation script on user's email addresses.
This did do validation by connecting to the mail server and validating the recipient.
So I ask, "Was the address added directly into the backend? have been around for so long, and many programs have been written with their API the way it is, it's a pretty good bet they'll stay this way. Since my app's validation system is a little more than, "is the form correct?
" That's something that happens from time to time, although there are many pitfalls: importing data can be done incorrectly - and even if it's done correctly once, the design of the backend can change, and then it's not done correctly anymore. " it's difficult in the workflow to take in account of the changes makes to the address I pass - I'm not sure if I even like the idea: getting a boolean back in a validation method seems a better idea - most of my own valiation methods in the app have the pattern of, return a boolean status, plus a hashref saying what may be wrong, So, for example, say I'm importing a whole address book of addresses - thousands of addresses!
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Instead of saying "match a number between 1 and 12", you have to say "match a word boundary and then either match a digit between 1 and 9 or matched a digit 1 followed by a digit between 0 and 2 all of which followed by another word boundary: .
This quickly gets unwieldy for longer numbers or more complex combinations such as dates.
If you really need to verify that the address is valid you need to send a message, and get an appropriate response.
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