|add||Adds an entry to the blocklist.|
|addAll||Adds multiple entries to the blocklist.|
|areBlacklisted||Queries whether mutiple email addresses are blocked.|
|contains||Queries whether an entry is contained in the blocklist.|
|containsAll||Queries whether multiple entries are contained in the blocklist.|
|getAllAdvanced||Queries all blocklist entries.|
|getAllAdvancedFlat||Queries all blocklist entries.|
|getAllEntries||Queries all blocklist entries.|
|getColumnNames||Queries the column names of each blocklist entry.|
|getCount||Counts all available blocklist entries.|
|getCreated||Queries the creation date of a blocklist entry.|
|getDataSet||Queries the data of each blocklist entry.|
|getDataSetFlat||Queries the values of each blocklist entry.|
|getFirstMatchingEntry||Queries the first blocklist entry that matches an email address.|
|getReason||Queries the reason for a blocklist entry.|
|isBlacklisted||Queries whether an email address is blocked.|
|remove||Deletes an entry from the blocklist.|
|removeAll||Deletes multiple entries from the blocklist.|
Note that there is a difference between a blocklist entry and a blocked email address. Since blocklisting can be done using wildcards (see next section), a blocklist entry may block several email addresses. To query the first matching blocklist entry for an email address, use the getFirstMatchingEntry method.
A single email address may be blocked by several blocklist entries. So, if you like to make sure that an email address is not blocked any more, the methods getFirstMatchingEntry and remove have to be invoked until getFirstMatchingEntry returns NULL.
An entry can contain the following wildcards:
- An * (asterisk) represents one or more characters.
- A ? represents a single character.
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