Django package to detect ~890 domains used by disposable email services
Django package to detect between ~890 & ~8,600 domains used by disposable email services. You can validate any email against our internal list of ~890 domains used by disposable email services. Optionally you can also check each domain against the Block-Disposable-Email.com API, covering ~8,600 domains.
This code was initially developed at: https://github.com/aaronbassett/DisposableEmailChecker However PyPI ownership has been transferred to https://github.com/jheld/DisposableEmailChecker and as such all future contributions are expected to be made to the new github repo.
Install the disposable email checker from PyPI
pip install django-disposable-email-checker
The disposable email checker comes with a list of ~890 emails. If you would like to provide your own email list create a function which returns a list of domains to block.
from disposable_email_checker.emails import email_domain_loader def custom_email_domain_loader(): # Anyone still using AOL will be too much of a customer service burden return [ "aol.com", ] + email_domain_loader()
Then add the complete path including function name to your settings
DEC_LOADER = "my.package.custom_email_domain_loader"
If you would like to use the BDE integration add your API key to your Django settings
BDEA_APIKEY = "abcnotarealkey123"
optionally you can configure the BDE API timeout in seconds (default 5)
BDEA_TIMEOUT = 2
A default error message can be set globally for the validation checking (this is optional and if
left blank it will default to
_('Blocked email provider.')):
BDEA_MESSAGE = '<blocked email message>'
Adding to your models
Once you have completed setup add the
DisposableEmailField to your models.
from django.db import models from disposable_email_checker.fields import DisposableEmailField class MyModel(models.Model): email = DisposableEmailField()
DisposableEmailField has a few optional arguments
- whitelist - A list of emails which will always be allowed. Defaults
- message - The error message used by ValidationError if validation
fails. Defaults to
_('Blocked email provider.')
- code - The error code used by ValidationError if validation fails. Defaults to "invalid".
Using the validator
If you want to use the validator by itself
from django.core.exceptions import ValidationError from disposable_email_checker.validators import validate_disposable_email email = "firstname.lastname@example.org" # replace with your own value try: validate_disposable_email(email) except ValidationError: pass
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