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|0016799||phplist application||Subscriber Import||public||31-05-13 17:03||06-06-13 22:05|
|Target Version||2.11.11||Fixed in Version||2.11.11|
|Summary||0016799: The parameter "Omit Invalid" is not working correctly during csv import.|
|Description||The parameter is not working as expected.|
The records are imported with invalid emails.
|Steps To Reproduce||Import file with invalid emails and all the records will be imported.|
|Additional Information||The attached file fixes the problem, but I'm not sure if this is the correct fix.|
See the changes from line 180 to 213
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|Attached Files||import2.php [^] (23,928 bytes) 31-05-13 17:03|
|The attached file contains additional changes, related to my proposal in issue 0016798. These changes are not related to this issue. They are between line 92 and 108|
I've applied your Omit Invalid fix, Thanks!
I did not apply the email address verification to identify invalid. The reason is that this is kind of a "feature". It is possible that some in-house system does not have the correct email address, but there is still the need to add the person, be it, with an incorrect email address.
I know this may be outdated now, but it was "cutting edge" 10 years ago, when phpList was started, and it could not be expected that everyone had an email address :-)
I may review this decision. I'm open to good arguments.
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