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That is, there is a LOCAL section followed by the "at" sign (@) followed by a DOMAIN section.In the email address [email protected], the LOCAL section is "my.name" and the DOMAIN is "" The LOCAL section must be 1 to 64 characters long.
Thanks for this @Nick Craver: This really looks to be a "best practice" approach to the problem of handling validation for an email.
Its only to help the user writing the correct address. Most times you just want to validate that the user entered the email in the right format. So I like this better than the original answer but a Septik's answer is comprehensive and I up-voted that as well.
Verimail keeps validating on keyup, which means, as soon as you start typing, you get an error message.
Instead, the regular expression merely verifies that the top-level domain name consists of between two and twenty-four ASCII characters, with alphanumeric first and last characters and the remaining characters being either alphanumeric or a hyphen (-).
From Milliseconds(200)) Catch e As Regex Match Timeout Exception Return False End Try If invalid Then Return False ' Return true if str In is in valid e-mail format.