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Block Web-based Email
Is this still valid? or do you have a new way to block regular emails from submitting the form?
I went through the documentation
Creating a custom validator
and added gmail, hotmail keywords to the list “in Array” one per line in the advanced tab. but the form continued to submit.
Please help on blocking gmail and yahoo emails from being entered into the form or from submission
Any help on this please?
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How do I do it for multiple email elements in multiple forms. I don’t see the unique_ids editable. I could just change all the email unique _ids in all the forms to one single number and then use that in the code if these are editable.
Is there a way to set all email elements to call this code? even when we create new forms with email elements, I want them to use this code as well and block the public emails.
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