Andrew Suffield wrote: | On Mon, Jun 07, 2004 at 12:57:00PM -0500, John Hasler wrote: | > Rob writes: | > > To do it right, you need to know a priori which @ containing strings can | > > be mangled, and which can't. | > | > Apply some heuristics, and, if it still looks like a domain, look it up. | | This will be almost universally fatally wrong for arch archive names, | since they usually contain valid domains. I'm not convinced about that; it depends on how the filter tokenises the string. If it parses, e.g. "firstname.lastname@example.org" as being an email address with chem.com.au--2004-public as the domain, then it won't be considered a valid e-mail address. Cameron.
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