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Email Validation

Email validation will be performed according to the correct email format including “@” and “.”.

For example “israeli@cellosign.com”.

Validation limits

Cellosign email field validate the domain extensions as well as the structure. As such, cellosign validates domain extensions such as: .com, .co., .net that capture most of the use cases.

In case you require more flexibility or you wish to validate the structure alone, we advise using text field with a regex validation instead.

To do that:

  1. Add text control
  2. Use this regex “/^\S+@\S+.\S+$/g” to validate an email structure alone or put your own regex (Javascript style)
  3. Customize the error message



While setting the “Client copy” to ON, a signed copy will be sent to the entered email address.



Field’s value Must be
To Value in This field
Ignore Case
The controller will verify if the field value meets a condition against other number fields in the form and it can be case sensitive or not.
Error Message InvalidIf an invalid value is entered, the form will notify the client by default according to the control type, for example “Data is invalid”. Insert an error message that will be displayed instead of the default.
Error if no value enteredIf no value was entered to the field, the form will notify the client by default according to the type of controller, for example “Missing signature”. Insert an error message that will be displayed instead of the default.


When checking conditions on the email type controller, the following options are displayed:

EmptyIf the email controller has no value.
Not EmptyIf there is any value in the email controller.
EqualIf the email controller is exactly equal to the entered value.
ContainsIf the email controller contains the entered value.

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