Just as a note, you should always validate on the server side for security reasons anyway, as client side validation can be bypassed very easily.
If anyone has done or has lead into the validation of e-mail address please forward me the link. After @ sign no special character or numeric character only Alphabets 4.
I will be thankful With tab As ( SELECT '[email protected]@verizon.net' email From Dual Union All SELECT '[email protected]' email From Dual Union All SELECT '[email protected]' email From Dual Union All SELECT '[email protected]%%il.com' email From Dual Union All SELECT '[email protected]' email From Dual Union All SELECT '^*()@in' email From Dual Union All SELECT '[email protected]' email From Dual Union All SELECT '[email protected]' email From Dual ) select * from tab where not REGEXP_LIKE (upper(trim(EMAIL)), '[A-Z0-9_%-] @[A-Z0-9._%-] \.[A-Z]') or regexp_count (upper(trim(EMAIL)),'@') 1 The rules I need to validates are: 1. Atleast one character before @ sign should be either alpha or Numeric 5.
Group Mail’s Email Inspector Add-on allows you to inspect, validate and verify email addresses in your groups by performing either a DNS (check for email address domain validity and verification) or a full SMTP (specific email address — i.e. Here are full instructions for using Email Inspector to Verify Email Addresses in Group Mail.
It depends on the frequency in which you need to maintain email lists.
Open your Blackberry Internet Service account by completing one of the following actions: *On the Home screen, click the Setup icon and click Email Account or Email Settings.
*Using a browser on your computer, visit the Blackberry Internet Service website.
If you want to validate email addresses entered into your form but avoid complicated tinkering and scripts, HTML5 lets you rely on the browser — without effort, and without turning to Java Script.
Browsers that do not recognize type="email" should (and, as far as one can tell, all will) treat the input field like an ordinary type="text" field.
I was pretty specific about what I was looking for I think.
So, you have a large mailing list of email addresses that you want to send your next newsletter to but you DO NOT want a large number of bounces to come back due to a large number of old or invalid emails on the list.