Vaidated_presence_of :email field

This code is used to validate mail format: This is normal regular
expression format

=begin
validates_format_of :email,
:if => Proc.new { |employee| employee.email.nil?
employee.email.empty?},
:with => /^[A-Z0-9._%-][email protected]([A-Z0-9-]+.)+[A-Z]
{2,4}$/i,
:message => “must be a valid email address”
=end

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On 26 May 2011 10:48, bdeveloper01 [email protected] wrote:

      :message => "must be a valid email address"

=end

Is there a question there?
If it is not working it is probably because it is commented out.

Colin

On 26 May 2011 10:48, bdeveloper01 [email protected] wrote:

This code is used to validate mail format: This is normal regular
expression format
:with => /^[A-Z0-9._%-][email protected]([A-Z0-9-]+.)+[A-Z]
{2,4}$/i,

What’s the question? And where have you gotten this regex from…
firstly I’m confused why you’re only allowing capital letters,
full-stops and underscores… it’s certainly possible to have a valid
email address with different characters than that.

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