Jason <email@example.com> wrote:
> NB> Sounds reasonable, but then it'll be important to have the default set
> NB> to "disallow oversized e-mail addresses", [...]
> The code is already done (though not running on the test server, only my
> private server) and disallowing long usernames and hostnames is the
> I also added a test to make sure only legal characters show up on the LHS
> ([a-zA-Z0-9.-] and not ^- plus complicated rules about dots) and on the RHS
> (basically [\040-\177] excluding some specials with special quoting rules).
> I don't care what's in the comments because they get stripped anyway.
I assume that you're using a mirror for looking at the e-mail address when
deciding what is LHS and RHS, yes? :-)