Hi there! I was trying to sign up to netlify using an email address from a domain I control to login, and I keep receiving the following errors:
When attempting to sign-in via email, I get the following error:
Email address is invalid.
When attempting to sign-in via my Github account, which uses the same domain as an email, I get:
Authentication Error: Authenticating failed due to the following error: message: Validation of User failed. summary: The following errors were found: Email address is invalid resolution: Try persisting the document with valid data or remove the validations.
This is weird, because I am able to create a support account in the forums, as I do receive the validation email from the forum service, but for some reason emails from that domain get rejected. Is this on purpose, and do I need to login using another kind of email address?
For what it’s worth, I’m using simplelogin as my email aliasing service, pointing to a custom domain to send and receive emails. I’ve used services like this and similar mostly as a spam-control measure.
Well, in this case it’d have been email@example.com, since Simplelogin allows me to create catch-all email addresses with my custom domain, and that’s how I keep track of which service I use for which address (the GitHub account uses something similar). Would that be a problem?
Ah, I see. Okay, I’ll see what I can do about that. I’ve noticed that my domain isn’t blacklisted on their domains, so it’s happening probably at some other level. Thank you for your assistance!
Edited to add: Ah, but I see simplelogin.co is in their disposable email domains. That’s inconvenient. I understand, however, that you could include a whitelist to exclude specific domains, but considering the fact that I’m not exactly paying money for your service yet, I don’t even think it’s appropriate to ask you to change the way you run your operation. Ok, back to the drawing board.