- gototenerifeAsked on March 19, 2011 at 06:41 AM
When we receive an email into our inbox in Outlook the senders email address is reliant on the sender typing their email address corectly within JotForm.
We all make mistakes when we are typing, when this happens ie type the email address wrong that means that we can not reply back to the sender.
Would it be possible that a received email could show the correct email address irispective of weather a mistake has been maid when typing the email address into JotForm. I notice here I am not being asked for my email address so it looks like it can be done.
ps I have today re-uploaded JotForm to our website & that cured a problem we had with the clarity of the captcha that I asked you about earlier in the week.
- hasanabdallaAnswered on March 19, 2011 at 10:30 AM
why my form dont send to visitors friend thanx
- allanftdAnswered on March 19, 2011 at 02:42 PM
I can see that you have Validation enabled in your form's email address field. This will greatly reduce the incidence of invalid email address by accepting only standard email address format (i.e. firstname.lastname@example.org). However, spelling or typographical errors would not be detected.
A workaround that I would suggest is to add another email address field like the one shown below:
While the above form has NO capability of comparing if the entries on both fields are the same, it will bring into the person's consciousness that he or she has to enter the same email address on both fields, further raising the chances that the email address being entered into your form is correct.
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