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Re^2: Email::Valid rejecting emails today

by Anonymous Monk
on Sep 06, 2019 at 03:04 UTC ( #11105697=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Email::Valid rejecting emails today
in thread Email::Valid rejecting emails today

I found your problem: the domain is not really even supposed to resolve, much less have ever had valid MX records. The validation is working correctly: email addresses on are not valid and you should not be using those in test data that is supposed to pass validation.

Prove it :)

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Re^3: Email::Valid rejecting emails today
by jcb (Chaplain) on Sep 06, 2019 at 03:56 UTC

      See RFC2606. :)

      Which part of "RFC2606" dictates how ICANN should manage It also makes no mention of  mail exchanger record (MX record)

      When I'm guessing I says I'm guessing. Otherwise I check my answers before posting so I'm not posting bad memories/fantasy.

        Read section 2 of RFC2606, which describes the purpose of reserving domain names and reserves a few TLDs. Section 3 describes "" and others as "also" reserved to be "used as examples". That means that they should be treated like the top-level domain ".example." and are intended for use in documentation. There is no reason that a documentation placeholder domain should even resolve.

        In fact, I recall some controversy when the .COM registrar put up a page on, complete with ads, during one of the Internet bubbles.

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