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I'm working on a View that displays a user's email field as a mailto. Given this is a recipe for spam, I'm wanting some way of obfuscating it.

I thought I'd go with Invisimail, but it (and seemingly ever other similar project) relies on a text filter. Given that the User email field doesn't use input formats, this makes it useless for my particular application.

I suppose I could create a separate email field, but I'd really like to not have to.

In short -- How do I obfuscate a user email field displayed via Views?

Thanks!

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Spamspan module will help you. It can obfuscate email addresses from email fields along with emails provided inline in text.

For email field - chooses Spamspan formatter in display settings.

  • Hi Eugene, I have the same problem (listing users' email address in a view), however I'm not using a custom email field but just the existing user's account email field. I can't find any display settings for the account email field. Can I apply Spamspan to this email field? – Ben Sep 4 '12 at 9:50
  • Hi Ben, you can try. – Eugene Fidelin Sep 5 '12 at 8:05
  • Hi Eugene, I have tried without success. – Ben Sep 5 '12 at 12:17
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To obfuscate the default users email field in a view you need to combine answers from Eugene and Eva.

  • install spamspan module
  • use the users email field in a view
  • copy the file views-view-field.tpl.php from [path_to_modules]/views/theme folder to your theme folder
  • change file name from views-view-field.tpl.php to views-view-field--mail.tpl.php
  • replace the default output in that file for the code snippet from Eva
  • clear theme cache
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We use custom tpl.php file for the user account email field. In this field we have the following code:

<?php
if (function_exists('spamspan')) {
  print spamspan($output);
} else {
  print $output;
}
?>
  • is this <?php tag really there, just before this call? If no, why put it here? – Mołot Aug 15 '15 at 15:36

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