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Post by bbtw » Sat Jul 09, 2005 8:12 pm

Hi !

I have 2 questions :
1.- I'd like to find the email address syntax rules;
2.- I'd like to know how to retrieve the top level domains list on the fly.

Thanx for helping !

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Post by Albert Wiersch » Wed Jul 27, 2005 2:43 pm

Hello,

Sorry for the delay but I'll have a stab at this.

1. You'll need to search Google for email address syntax rules as we do not have a compiled list of rules available.

2. This is the top level domains that CSE recognizes (also see http://www.icann.org/registries/top-level-domains.htm):

"aero","biz", "com", "coop", "edu", "gov", "info", "int", "mil", "museum", "name", "net", "org", "pro",
"ac", "ad", "ae", "af", "ag", "ai", "al", "am", "an", "ao", "aq", "ar", "arpa", "as", "at", "au", "aw", "az",
"ba", "bb", "bd", "be", "bf", "bg", "bh", "bi", "bj", "bm", "bn", "bo", "br", "bs", "bt", "bv", "bw", "by", "bz",
"ca", "cc", "cd", "cf", "cg", "ch", "ci", "ck", "cl", "cm", "cn", "co", "cr", "cs", "cu", "cv", "cx", "cy", "cz",
"de", "dj", "dk", "dm", "do", "dz",
"ec", "ee", "eg", "eh", "er", "es", "et", "eu",
"fi", "fj", "fk", "fm", "fo", "fr",
"ga", "gb", "gd", "ge", "gf", "gg", "gh", "gi", "gl", "gm", "gn", "gp", "gq", "gr", "gs", "gt", "gu", "gw", "gy",
"hk", "hm", "hn", "hr", "ht", "hu",
"id", "ie", "il", "im", "in", "io", "iq", "ir", "is" ,"it",
"je", "jm", "jo", "jp",
"ke", "kg", "kh", "ki", "km", "kn", "kp", "kr", "kw", "ky", "kz",
"la", "lb", "lc" ,"li", "lk", "lr", "ls", "lt", "lu", "lv", "ly",
"ma", "mc", "md", "mg", "mh", "mk", "ml", "mm", "mn", "mo", "mp", "mq", "mr", "ms", "mt", "mu", "mv", "mw", "mx", "my", "mz",
"na", "nc", "ne", "nf" ,"ng", "ni", "nl", "no", "np", "nr", "nu", "nz",
"om",
"pa", "pe", "pf", "pg", "ph", "pk", "pl", "pm", "pn", "pr", "ps", "pt", "pw", "py",
"qa",
"re", "ro", "ru", "rw",
"sa", "sb", "sc", "sd", "se", "sg", "sh", "si", "sj", "sk", "sl", "sm", "sn", "so", "sr", "st", "su", "sv", "sy", "sz",
"tc", "td", "tf", "tg", "th", "tj", "tk", "tl", "tm", "tn", "to", "tp", "tr", "tt", "tv", "tw", "tz",
"ua", "ug", "uk", "um", "us", "uy", "uz",
"va", "vc", "ve", "vg", "vi", "vn", "vu",
"wf", "ws",
"ye", "yt", "yu",
"za", "zm", "zr", "zw"

Hope this helps!
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