Block unwanted users from registering to your WordPress site with custom defined blacklist and whitelist rules.
The Email Blacklist plugin will check a user trying to register to your WordPress site against defined blacklist and whitelist rules. The email blacklist plugin uses online services such as SpamAssassin's free domains list.
The email blacklist plugin stops users on blacklisted domains from registering to your WordPress site, stopping unwanted spammers, viruses and malware with one click blacklisting. The blacklist plugin also keeps a whitelist of users which can be manually updated.
The email blacklist plugin easily and effectively blocks users from registering using the blacklist function, so only approved domains or email lists can register.
The pro version includes the ability to manually add domains to the blacklist and whitelist, only allow whitelisted domains to register, and allow blacklisted users lists to be imported via csv file.
Admins can change the messages users see when they have been banned, view the failed registration log, test domains to check for blacklisted users and more.
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Basic Email Blacklist Plugin Features
In the Pro version of the Email Blacklist Plugin, there are several methods to detect whether a domain is blacklisted in real time, which means that hackers and spammers will never be able to register to harm your website in any way. This is done using the following detectors:
- Support DNSBL online service
- Domians Blacklists and whitelists defined by the site administrator
- Log of denied registrations
- Manually added domains
- Additional errors messages to show to users trying to register
- Whitelisted domains which only can register
- Support email blacklist and whitelist
- Support importing list of emails from CSV
How to Use the Email Blacklist Plugin
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Requires: 3.9 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.7.0
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Active Installs: 300+
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