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3. `checkMX`, whether to check the MX record for the email address.
4. `checkPort`, whether to check port 25 for the email address.
5. `fullPattern`, the regular expression used to validate email addresses with the name part.
6. `pattern`, the regular expression used to validate the attribute value.

+ `date` : [CDateValidator], validates that the attribute value is a valid date, time or datetime.
 
1. `allowEmpty`, whether the attribute value can be null or empty.
 
2. `format`, value format. Can be an array or a string. By default it's 'MM/dd/yyyy'. All other formats are described in [CDateTimeParser] API.
 
3. `timestampAttribute`, name of the attribute that will receive date parsing result. By default the value is null.
 
 
+ `exist` : [CExistValidator], validates that the attribute value exists in a table.
1. `allowEmpty`, whether the attribute value can be null or empty.
2. `attributeName`, the ActiveRecord class attribute name that should be used to look for the attribute value being validated.
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+ `safe` : [CSafeValidator], marks the associated attributes to be safe for massive assignments.

+ `type` : [CTypeValidator], verifies if the attribute is of the type specified by type. (integer, float, string, date, time, datetime)
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Since 1.1.7 you should use [CDateValidator] to validate dates.

1. `allowEmpty`, whether the attribute value can be null or empty.
2. `dateFormat`, the format pattern that the date value should follow.
3. `datetimeFormat`, the format pattern that the datetime value should follow.
4. `timeFormat`, the format pattern that the time value should follow.
5. `type`, the data type that the attribute should be.
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