ame could not be verified otherwise * the response from the server is returned. * * Implements rfc 821: VRFY * * SMTP CODE SUCCESS: 250,251 * SMTP CODE FAILURE: 550,551,553 * SMTP CODE ERROR : 500,501,502,421 * @access public * @return int */ function Verify($name) { $this->error = null; # so no confusion is caused if(!$this->connected()) { $this->error = array( "error" => "Called Verify() without being connected"); return false; } fputs($this->smtp_conn,"VRFY " . $name . $this->CRLF); $rply = $this->get_lines(); $code = substr($rply,0,3); if($this->do_debug >= 2) { echo "SMTP -> FROM SERVER:" . $this->CRLF . $rply; } if($code != 250 && $code != 251) { $this->error = array("error" => "VRFY failed on name '$name'", "smtp_code" => $code, "smtp_msg" => substr($rply,4)); if($this->do_debug >= 1) { echo "SMTP -> ERROR: " . $this->error["error"] . ": " . $rply . $this->CRLF; } return false; } return $rply; } /******************************************************************* * INTERNAL FUNCTIONS * ******************************************************************/ /** * Read in as many lines as possible * either before eof or socket timeout occurs on the operation. * With SMTP we can tell if we have more lines to read if the * 4th character is '-' symbol. If it is a space then we don't * need to read anything else. * @access private * @return string */ function get_lines() { $data = ""; while($str = @fgets($this->smtp_conn,515)) { if($this->do_debug >= 4) { echo "-------------------" . $this->CRLF; echo "SMTP -> get_lines(): \$data was \"$data\"" . $this->CRLF; echo "SMTP -> get_lines(): \$str is \"$str\"" . $this->CRLF; } $data .= $str; if($this->do_debug >= 4) { echo "SMTP -> get_lines(): \$data is \"$data\"" . $this->CRLF; } # if the 4th character is a space then we are done reading # so just break the loop if(substr($str,3,1) == " ") { break; } } return $data; } } ?> op crafty people from using internal IP addresses if (($digit[0] == 192) || ($digit[0] == 10)) { $valid_address = false; return $valid_address; exit; } } } if (!ereg($space_check, $email)) { // trap for spaces in if ( eregi($valid_email_pattern, $email)) { // validate against valid email patterns $valid_address = true; } else { $valid_address = false; return $valid_address; exit; } } return $valid_address; } ?> Gift Certificate FAQ : Zen Cart!, The Art of E-commerce
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Redeeming Gift Certificates

If you receive a Gift Certificate by email it will contain details of who sent you the Gift Certificate, along with possibly a short message from them. The email will also contain the Gift Certificate Redemption Code. It is probably a good idea to print out this email for future reference. You can now redeem the Gift Certificate in two ways.

1. By clicking on the link contained within the email for this express purpose. This will take you to the store's Redeem Gift Certificate page. You will then be requested to create an account, before the Gift Certificate is validated and placed in your Gift Certificate Account ready for you to spend it on whatever you want.

2. During the checkout process, on the same page that you select a payment method there will be a box to enter a Redemption Code. Enter the Redemption Code here, and click the Redeem button. The code will be validated and the amount added to your Gift Certificate Account. You can then use the amount to purchase any item from our store
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