Email and Domain Blacklist Plugin Description
The WordPress Email Registration and Domain Blacklist plugin prevents users from banned domains and banned emails from registering, posting comments or filling up forms on your WordPress site.
This great Anti-spam WordPress tool reduces the noise and restricts posting to users from approved emails and domains. Apply automatic domains lists that are always up-to-date or block them manually.
Protect yourself from spam, malware, virus, disposable emails and unwanted users.
Restrict Site Registrations
Logging Failed Registration Attempts
Multiple Domain Filtering Options
The email domain blacklist plugin uses several online methods as well as local plugin lists to detect whether a domain is blacklisted in real time. This means that hackers and spammers will find it hard to register and harm your website!
This is achieved using the following banned domains detector online services:||Free Domains List|
Add domains to the blacklist to avoid users from unwanted domains.|
Any email from These specified domains or email lists will be blocked.
Add specific emails to the blacklist to block certain users.|
These emails will be not allowed to register, post comments or fill up forms even if their domain is added to the domain whitelist.
Gmail Variations Support
Add domains to the whitelist to allow emails with certain domains to register post comments or fill up forms on your site.
It can be useful if you enable DNSBL Domain and Free Domain lists.|
You can also allow users ONLY with whitelisted email domains.
Add specific emails to the whitelist to allow them to register post comments or fill up forms on your site.
|Email Whitelist||These emails can be used on your site even if the domain they belong to are added to the domain blacklist. You can also allow users ONLY with whitelisted email addresses.|
Restrict Leaving Comments
Contact Form 7 Integration
Avoiding Spam With The Blacklist Plugin
- Protect Your WordPress Site – Prevent spammers from registering to your site
- Block Spammers – A Great Anti-Spam WordPress plugin that blocks users from suspicious domains
- Blacklist and Whitelist Domains and Emails – Approve registration of specific users from predefined approved emails or domains
- Registration Log Support – Log all failed registration attempts
Email Blacklist Plugin Use Cases
- Limit to Specific Users – Make sure only a defined list of users or domains are able to register or post comments
- Spam Capture – Filter suspicious emails and assure only real users register, post comments or fill up forms to your service
Email Blacklist Plugin Related Use Case
Email Blacklist Additional Resources
Blacklist Plugin-Related Blog Resources
Email Blacklist Basic Features
- Free Domain List from SpamAssassin which can be used to filter blacklisted domains
- Create a whitelist of accepted domains
- Customize Labels
Email Blacklist Premium Features
Please check the user guide to learn more about this plugin.
Whitelisting and Blacklisting
|SpamAssassin Domains List – The plugin includes the free and constantly updated SpamAssassin list of suspicious domains to add to your blacklist domains list – View screenshot: Email Registration Blacklist Free Domains List|
|Domain Whitelist – Restrict only to list of domains which appear on your whitelist|
|Email Whitelist – Restrict registration, comment posting and forms only to a defined list of emails which you upload. A user using another email will not be able to perform those actions View screenshot: Email Registration Blacklist User Whitelist|
|Domain Blacklist – Block certain domains entirely and prevent them from registering, posting comments or filling up forms. View screenshot: Email Registration Blacklist User Blacklist|
|Email Blacklist – Specify email addresses that are not allowed to register, post comments or fill up forms|
|Special Gmail Support – Recognizes email addresses that use the “+” and “.” symbols in both @gmail.com and @googlemail.com domains|
|Comprehensive Settings – Control what tools are used to filter domains registration. View screenshot: Email Registration Blacklist Settings|
|Comments Allowed Domains – Filter guests’ comments using the list of allowed by you domains|
|DNSBL Service – DNSBL (Domain Name System Blacklists) provides a single place where you can check that blacklist status on more than 100 DNS based blacklists. The plugin connects to the server once a user tries to register, post comments or fill up a form to check if their domain is defined as a spam domain|
|Import Lists – Import any number of emails to be blacklisted or whitelisted instantly by using a CSV file|
|Domain Testing – Check if a domain is blacklisted based on any of the rules you have defined. The testing imitates a user trying to register on your site – View screenshot: Email Registration Blacklist Plugin Domain Tester|
|Failed Registration Log – See a list with all failed registration attempts and the reason why the domain / email was banned – View screenshot: Email Registration Blacklist Plugin Failed Registration Log|
|Custom Denied Message – Customize the messages shown to users once their domain / email has been banned – View screenshot: Email Registration Blacklist Plugin Labels|
Email Blacklist Frequently Asked Questions
Please check the user guide to learn more about this plugin.
Can I blacklist multiple domains?
Add as few or as many domains to the blacklist as you require.
Can I retract a blacklisted domain?
Do the blacklisted users receive notification of failed registration?
Can I use the plugin to find out if a domain is blacklisted?
Yes. Simply go to the “Domain Tester” tab, enter the domain name into the search bar and click the “check” button. The plugin will tell you whether the domain is blacklisted, white-listed, listed in the free domains list or not listed at all.
Can I whitelist a domain that has been defined as invalid?
Simply add them to your whitelist or disable the blocking of free email domains.
However, before you do that, make sure that particular domain is indeed safe.
Can I restrict by specific emails and not just domains?
Yes. The plugin also supports using the same methods also blacklisting or whitelisting email addresses.
To learn more about Blacklisting email addresses click here or for whitelisting email addresses click here.
Can I filter comments from guest users?
Yes, you can define the whitelist of domains that are allowed to leave comments on your website as guest users. Click here to learn more.
Will this plugin work with the CM Registration plugin?
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Customer Reviews for Email Blacklist
The Most Robust Solution
CM’s Email Blacklist was the most robust solution out of all of them in the market, so that’s the one I chose. It’s a ‘world of difference’ fewer spammers than we had before installing the plugin.
Killed All Spammers
This plugin works as expected; killed all spammers and false/disposable email addresses which is what I needed for years! No more spammers – wonderful!.
- Works well
Started getting bot registrations so installed to block signups from a specific domain. It works and the list of already blocked domains is very big, all temps emails or spam emails.
- No more spammers – wonderful!
This plugin works as expected; killed all spammers and false/disposable emails addresses which is what I needed for years! No more spammers – wonderful!
- Perfect and easy
- My site is much safer!
The preemptive domain check is a must for any serious registration system. This was the best solution I could find and it works really well
- Perfect plugin to block disposable (but not only) email
I sent an email asking to modify the plugin to be compatible with my registration form and the team, really very responsive, did it in a few days.
Then I uploaded a file with more than 22000 disposable email domains to block them in my users registration page. The plugins works perfectly without slowing down the registration process