Release Notes: This release fixes the code for invalid email users with banned words.
Release Notes: This release adds support for determining if an email domain has a typing mistake and suggesting the correct domain name. It adds support for returning a validation status code to let applications understand why an email address was considered invalid or undetermined. It adds support for considering invalid disposable email addresses, as well as addresses under temporary or fake domains.
Release Notes: This release added a function to pre-validate an address by checking against domain, user, and servers white and black lists.
Release Notes: This version avoids using POSIX regular expression functions, which were deprecated since PHP 5.3.
Release Notes: This version suppresses warnings that could arise from broken SMTP server connections.
Release Notes: The class now returns undetermined email address validity if the SMTP server returns 4XX error codes for the RCPT command, as that may mean the server is using a grey list and so the tested address may not be really invalid as the class was stating previously.
Release Notes: The class now uses the Perl-compatible regular expression functions to accelerate the validation of many email addresses in the same script execution.
Release Notes: A bug that caused debug output when an SMTP connection failed even when debug mode was disabled was fixed.
Release Notes: This release makes the example script work even without the PHP register_globals option set to Off.