Since contacts can enter whatever they want in your forms the form submits may sometimes contain fake or private email addresses. Setting a form to require a business email addresses will help reduce this.
When a contact enters an email with a domain (email@example.com) that are listed in your email domain blacklist, the contact will see a message explaining that the email they are trying to enter is not valid.
Setting for forms to require business emails
When editing your form in Upsales, expand the Contact Email field in the right sidebar. Select the Allow only business email toggle to turn it on.
Adding domains to the blacklist
Now that the requirement is activated, you need to enter the domains that are not seen as valid. Select Edit to open the dialog.
The domains entered here will not be accepted when filling out the form.
We recommend you not to specify a top-level domain when you are adding a new domain, e.g. .com, .se, .org etc. All top-level domains for that domain will then be blacklisted.