With this extension you can save your time and money by avoiding user verifications, newsletters and process checkout. With this tool you can block the registration of users by specific email and domains or cover several domains by using filters (wildcard): * .au. This way, you will avoid daily spam. If the extension is applied, nothing will be modified in its templates, that is, a message will appear when filters are not passed, such as the following: "Sorry, your e-mail address is not allowed at this store."

Add tо your web store an additional anti-spam protection which will allow you to block specific domains. Set the email filter for registration, newsletters and process checkout. Make your store protected against spam. The module must be configured for its use. From the control panel, it is possible to allow the protection and add the blockade of domains. For example: *.eu,play.ch. If the module is configured, blocked domains will not be able to register or subscribe to the bulletin.


  • Check version (need Apdh_Core)
  • Block email by domains.
  • Specific blocking by email.
  • Reports attacks.
  • Protect checkout.
  • Easy configurations.
  • Tracking user and can block login, checkout.
  • Customize error message.
  • Free lifetime updates.
  • Translate language: spanish, english

If you have any problems, please, contact by email.

Release Notes


  • Compatible with Open Source (CE) : 1.5 - 1.9.X
  • Stability: Stable Build
  • Description:

    Compatible with CE: 1.7 1.8 1.8.1 1.9 1.9.1 1.9.2 1.9.3
    Stability: Stable Build
    Description: New Features.


If you have any problem with the extension, please contact me through apdh92@hotmail.com.

Use in your forms

$helper = Mage::helper('blacklist');
if ($helper->checkEmail($email)) {
    //The filter has not passed
    $url =  Mage::helper('core/http')->getHttpReferer()?Mage::helper('core/http')->getHttpReferer():Mage::getUrl();
    $message = Mage::getStoreConfig('blacklist_options/data/message');
    $message = ($message)?$message:$helper->__("Sorry, your email in not allow at this store.");
    //if use in controller

Alex Daqui

Alex Daqui

I am a full stack web developer with more than 5 years of experience. I like to learn new programming technologies and share them.


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