--blacklist (optional) Example: --blacklist=The file should be a plain text file with blacklisted strings or regular expressions for email addresses.
Any address matching any of the rules will be skipped from all the checks.
You can use three macros that will be replaced with content automatically: * %email% - this will be replaced with the email address that is being checked * %status% - this will be either OK or FAIL, depending on whether email address passed the check * %reason% - for failed addresses this will provide a reason why validation failed By default, the format is set to a simple CSV EXAMPLE ./--emails=--children=10 --blacklist=DESCRIPTION performs the following three checks for each email in the given list: 1. The maximum can be defined through the command line option.
If not given, the domain of the from_email option is used.
To install it follow the simple steps − That's it and you will have MIME:: Lite module installed on your machine.
Now you are ready to send your email with simple scripts explained below.
The most reliable way to make sure your users haven't filled in your forms wrongly is to use server-side form validation.
This tutorial shows how you can do this with Perl and the CGI, and introduces the concept of subroutines along the way.