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How to ensure that valid email address is input in form?Asked by Clinton Herring on July 15, 2016 at 12:01 PM
We have an account with you, not under my e-mail address, and we are wanting to know how to validate information that is submitted. We don't want people using Test or email@example.com, 123 getoutofmy way, Test TX . Is there a way to not allow users to enter in bogus information?
Please note that though it is not possible to validate junk values in other text fields (name / normal textbox/ phone and others) but it is possible to validate the email address. Here are the options available:
#1. You can disable the free email domains entry in email field by enabling the "Disallow Free Addresses" attribute. Please check the screenshot below:
#2. You can take advantage of our "E-mail Validator" widget which will make sure that a valid email is used on your form through a pass-code verification process.
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