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My test script for the SQLCLR function is here: print case when 1=dbo.ns_txt_email('[email protected]') then 'Passes' else 'Fails' end ' test for good addr' print case when 0=dbo.ns_txt_email('@novicksoftware.com') then 'Passes' else 'Fails' end ' test for no user' print case when 0=dbo.ns_txt_email('[email protected]') then 'Passes' else 'Fails' end ' test for 1 char in tld' print case when 1=dbo.ns_txt_email('[email protected]') then 'Passes' else 'Fails' end ' test for 2 char in tld' print case when 0=dbo.ns_txt_email('[email protected]') then 'Passes' else 'Fails' end ' test for no domain' print case when 0=dbo.ns_txt_email('anov [email protected]') then 'Passes' else 'Fails' end ' test for space in name' print case when 0=dbo.ns_txt_email('ano#[email protected]') then 'Passes' else 'Fails' end ' test for # in user' print case when 0=dbo.ns_txt_email('[email protected]*software.com') then 'Passes' else 'Fails' end ' test for * asterisk in domain'Auto-attach to process '[5968] [SQL] nsl6' on machine 'nsl6' succeeded. The thread 'nsl6 [58]' (0x10d8) has exited with code 0 (0x0).

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While I could have improved the T-SQL in my function validating e-mail addresses, which requires a lot of string handling, T-SQL isn't the best technology for this problem. Net code handles better then T-SQL a SQLCLR scalar function can be a great solution.Is Match function returns a CLR Boolean, which is returned by the function as a Sql Boolean.This is the type that best corresponds to the T-SQL type BIT.The SQLCLR alternative will use a regular expression to validate the e-mail address. There are many tutorials that you can find on-line if you want to learn more.Regular expressions are expressions in a mini-language specific to searching text strings. There are also libraries of regular expressions that can be found. For validating e-mails I've chosen an expression from the MSDN .