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A client wants to use emails as usernames. The reason is that this multisite solution has users with different email domains so there's a chance that stripping @domain.com will cause a duplicate username to be created by an automated process. I found this blog but I started getting an error saying that the email I was using was invalid when trying to create a user with Sitecore.Security.Accounts.User.Create(string userName, string password). The error was as follows:

Exception thrown: 'System.Web.Security.MembershipCreateUserException' in System.Web.dll. The E-mail supplied is invalid.

at System.Web.Security.Membership.CreateUser(String username, String password, String email) at Sitecore.Security.Accounts.User.Create(String userName, String password) at CroweHorwath.SiteGenerator.Generic.Services.BaseSiteGeneratorService.CreateUser(UserInformation userInformation, INotifySiteGeneratorProgress progress) in C:\Projects\Crowe\Code\CroweHorwath\CroweHorwath.SiteGenerator.Generic\Services\BaseSiteGeneratorService.cs:line 358

Is there a different method that I should use instead of Sitecore.Security.Accounts.User.Create(string userName, string password)?

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Did you try by adding "AccountNameValidation" regex? here is a KB article - https://kb.sitecore.net/articles/259229

you can try by changing value to the simple regex expression or expression for the email.

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  • The blog post I linked to referenced that exact setting and set it to be basically a wildcard. Wouldn't the error I am receiving say there is an issue with the username if that was the issue too? – Teeknow Jul 31 '17 at 15:38
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This is my current work around for the error. I changed the attribute that was mentioned in the post to be false again (requiresUniqueEmail) since username uniqueness should handle my use case. If someone has a more appropriate method to use other than Sitecore's user creation method I mentioned in my question that can get around the issue I was seeing with that attribute set I would like to know it (and would accept that as the more proper answer).

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