Validating email c

26-Feb-2015 13:52

Obviously there are expressions that you could use to determine if the format of an e-mail address is valid but you can also use the System.Mail Address class to check if an exception occurs when creating the e-mail to determine if it is a valid or not : I suppose it depends on how you are currently sending it, but you might consider checking out this related Stack Overflow discussion along with this one which covers a few different techniques to try and check if your message was sent ().

If an email, is not delivered, then exception occurs e.g "Mail address not found etc..."; In order to validate if the format of the email is correct, then we check via using a Regex.This is great as I must check emails before importing into php List from Sage Act , this is done using c#.An email address is a string of a subset of ASCII characters separated into two parts by an @ symbol . Is Match Method (String, String) - indicates whether the specified regular expression finds a match in the specified input string.Just an FYI: I'm the author of Mime Kit which has already been mentioned on this thread.That said, I would not recommend the use of Mime Kit for simply validating an email address (it's way overkill).

If an email, is not delivered, then exception occurs e.g "Mail address not found etc..."; In order to validate if the format of the email is correct, then we check via using a Regex.This is great as I must check emails before importing into php List from Sage Act , this is done using c#.An email address is a string of a subset of ASCII characters separated into two parts by an @ symbol . Is Match Method (String, String) - indicates whether the specified regular expression finds a match in the specified input string.Just an FYI: I'm the author of Mime Kit which has already been mentioned on this thread.That said, I would not recommend the use of Mime Kit for simply validating an email address (it's way overkill).Another important point to consider is that do you need to be performing this?