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I'm not sure about 5.3.4 final, but it is written that some 5.3.4-snapshot versions also were affected. The easiest and safest way to check whether an email address is well-formed is to use PHP's filter_var() function.

Validates whether the value is a valid e-mail address.

In general, this validates e-mail addresses against the syntax in RFC 822, with the exceptions that comments and whitespace folding and dotless domain names are not supported. [email protected][PASS] news:comp.[FAIL] tel: 1-816-555-1212 [PASS] telnet://192.0.2./ [FAIL] urn:oasis:names:specification:docbook:dtd:xml:4.1.2 Notably missing is a way to validate text entry as printable,printable multiline,or printable and safe (tag free)FILTER_VALIDATE_TEXT, which validates no special charactersperhaps with FILTER_FLAG_ALLOW_NEWLINEand FILTER_FLAG_NOTAG to disallow tag starters Regarding "partial" addresses with no .

But please keep this copyright notice."This pattern is extremely complex in case you need to use it with function like "preg_match_all" over big text string with emails inside. I mean if you want to: preg_match_all($pattern, $text_string, $matches); then this complex pattern will overload the server if you need to parse really big [email protected] Haa: Postfix 3.0 supports it for almost two years now: postfix.org/SMTPUTF8_, and it is included in Ubuntu 16.04 and will be included in the next Debian release, for example. Webmail providers like Gmail have also added support for sending/receiving such emails, although you cannot yet create unicode accounts.

Widespread use and support is within reach, and solutions have false negatives (especially with all of the newer TLDs).

Email addresses: easy to create, difficult to type. Note that FILTER_VALIDATE_EMAIL will validate email addresses that contain domains and top-level domains that do not exist.

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