AJAX :: How To Validate Email TextBox To Take Only Valid Email Address
May 7, 2015
How me can validate a email textbox to take only valid email address if error occur it show the error message in this textbox or as a tooltip. because in the form there is no space to show error message.
I'm developing a website in ASP.NET & C# that will be on the www I have a contact form like most internet websites have and one of those textboxes is an email address. I wish to validate the email address so that the person enters a valid email in the form of [URL] What is the best way to do this?
I have a form where a user is going to enter an email address. What is the best way to validate what they enter? Whether it's okay to throw an exception to validate input versus using a regex?
Specifically: Don't bother with your own validation. .NET 4.0 has significantly improved validation via the MailAddress class. Just use MailAddress address = new MailAddress(input) and if it throws, it's not valid ...
And the counter argument: it is generally bad practice to catch an exception as a way of validating data ...
I found one link or web services [URL] which enable me to search whether email id exist in real world or not...Did some testing and it works. Is it possible to make similar web services and use it in my application? because i am not sure till what date this web services will work.
able to validate any email address based on the domain. For example, the system says anybody with a microsoft.com email address can create an account. Here is my code so far, it doesn't appear to work.
If Not Regex.IsMatch(tbEmailAddress.Text.Trim, "^([0-9a-zA-Z]([-.w]*[0-9a-zA-Z])*@" + mySetting.EmailDomain)
I am building an email feature in my website (jobs site). By using this functionality, recruiters will be able to send emails to candidates. I want an option so that the user can also set 'From Address' and the email should be ANTI-SPAM compliant.
In addition to the process of regex syntax validation of Email Addresses entered by users, I'm trying to check if the entered email address is a real one and does exist?The best I could achieve is to "Ping" the host the email address is associated with. But there are some other terms in the industry like Handshaking with Email Server, etc.not necessarily with 100% confirmation accurary!
multiple email address are enetered in the textbox at present i have used SPLIT function to split the emails based on a delimiter on server side wht i need is , suppose i have 10 email addrees in the textbox and suppose 3rd one is not valid i dont want the processing to be stopped at 3rd , if 3rd is invalid it shld be skipped and the 4th one shld be processed.
I'm receiving the following error and can't figure out how to fix it:
The specified string is not in the form required for an e-mail address.
It is only happening as soon as I change the message.From to a textbox rather than a static email address. I have pasted the relevant code below:
I did not post the whole block of code but why is this happening when I change the message.From to emailTextBox.Text instead of a static value? And yes I do have valid email addresses in web.config and code.
I want to validate the email id in clients side, so that to prevent the postback of page to server, and every user should registered with email id... so i want to validate email id at client side.. i.e. should be check it is exist in the database or not.