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If you want to use your own email address as the sender email of the form, you need to setup first your own SMTP email on the form.
You can follow the guide of my colleague on your previous thread about this here
Let us know if you're still not able to make it work.
Hey Jan /Jonathan - I only made new thread as I was asked to by Jan. Firstly, its great to have so many support team looking after us - thank you.
OK, haven't changed anything since your reply Jonathan, Im sure Ive already done what you suggest here?
Hi I've answered this on both threads as this is urgent, hope you don't mind
I think Ive done all suggested, can you check for me please?
I checked your form "CUSTOMER Enquiry IRELAND" and sender is set correctly:
Also, I tested your form, please ignore m submission, and it came from your email:
If you have any further questions please let us know.
Thanks for your reply............if you scroll up past your answer - the last image attachment with blue arrow and question mark - shows firstname.lastname@example.org
THIS is what the problem is
Hello Andy, it looks like the email shown on this image...
...is not related to your Email Notifications. It's for the E-mail Validator Widget that you have on your form.
Sadly, you can't setup your SMTP for this widget and it will always be sent through email@example.com
If you really need to perform an actual email validation as opposed to traditional client-sided email validation, you may use the XVerify Email Widget instead (you need to have an account with them if you don't have one yet).
Related article: Verify-Email-Addresses-with-XVerify
If that's a bit of a stretch, then I'm afraid the only way to prevent this is to never use the Email Validator Widget and just rely on the normal, client-sided validation of the regular Email Field.
Great, will get that set up - GLAD IS WASN'T just me!!