This article will explain the basics in creating an email form that validates the inputs, produces errors when inputs are typed incorrectly, and send an email to you when submitted.
Below is the code you will use to validate whether the inputs have valid data or not.
Maybe you use a professional transactional SMTP provider (Mandrill, Mailgun, etc.) like I do.
These services will put these “bad” email addresses on a blacklist and if there are too much of them they will disable your account.
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This is meant to complement validation of the syntax of the email address, which should be used before validating the email via SMTP, which is more resource and time consuming.
If more mails bounce from your domain, your domain might be blocked or marked as spam.
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This can be customized for different form field validations. You can paste the entire code directly in the body section of your webpage to get it working.
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