rfc822-validate

Validate an email address in Node or RequireJS/AMD. Provide validation that an email address conforms to RFC822.

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rfc822-validate
JavaScript function to check an email address conforms to RFC8221. Compatible with Node.js and RequireJS/AMD!
Portions copyright © 2013 William Riley-Land - http://kun.io
Portions copyright © 2006 Ross Kendall - http://rosskendall.com
Portions copyright © 1993-2005 Cal Henderson - http://iamcal.com
Based on the PHP code by Cal Henderson
http://iamcal.com/publish/articles/php/parsingemail/
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