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Brivium - Registration Email Domain

xF1 Add-on Brivium - Registration Email Domain 1.1.2

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Do you want your site only visible to your colleagues or your friends? Use our product "Registration Email Domain" to witness those features.

This add-on allows your site to only receive registrations from some specific emails or domains set in the Administration Control Panel (ACP). This plugin is best suited for intranets, educational institutes, corporate network or the cases that the site owner does not want to allow registration for everyone instead of a group of users based on their email address. It’s easy and efficient for avoiding spam emails or fake emails.

FEATURES:
- Admin can set allow only email domain names (e.g example.com) or email domain extensions (e.g .edu, .gov) on whitelist for new user registrations.
- Admin can set doesn't allow email domain names or email domain extensions on blacklist for new user registrations .
- Allows you to limit new user registrations by email addresses (e.g [email protected])

INSTALLATION:
Please follow the installation instructions as noted in README.txt
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