mojoblanco/domainos

A laravel package for blacklisting or whitelisting specific email providers or domains

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1.1.2 2017-11-06 14:34 UTC

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A laravel package for allowing or blocking specific email domains

Installation

Open your terminal or command prompt, go to the root directory of your Laravel project, then follow the following steps.

  1. Run

    composer require mojoblanco/domainos 
    
  2. Add the provider to the providers array in config/app.php

    If you are using laravel 5.5, you don't need to place the code below

    Mojoblanco\Domainos\DomainosServiceProvider::class,
    
  3. Run composer dump-autoload

  4. Publish the config file

    php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Mojoblanco\Domainos\DomainosServiceProvider" --tag="config"
    

Usage

  1. Go to the config/domainos.php file and customize it.
    There are two options;
    block is for blacklisting domains,
    allow is for whitelisting.

  2. Go to the validation of the email address and add the following

'email' => 'domainos:allow'
  1. Test the validation

Notice

This package can be very useful when you want to prevent or allow specific email addresses during user registration.

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