I'm interested to the opportunity to provide a blacklist feature for this module. For this reason I wrote the code necessary to allow site administrators to input different domain inside a blacklist form. The email address with these domain will be automatically rejected during user registration. A regexpr avoid to insert faked domain inside blacklist form. I hope it's interesting. Regards.

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skizzo’s picture

note that one can also blacklist e-mail addresses via
access rules in core, i.e.: admin/user/rules/add

NancyDru’s picture

As is, I have would have to vote against this. That variable could get really huge. I think skizzo's suggestion is far better (it is a core feature). There is a simple function (whose name escapes me at the moment) to check whether or not someone is allowed to post.

oadaeh’s picture

Issue summary: View changes
Status: Active » Closed (won't fix)

Due to Drupal 6's EOL, I am closing this with "won't fix." If you feel this is still valid for any of the 7.x branches, feel free to re-open and update this issue.