If you are a CertCentral Administrator, you can now specify what email domains users can create an account for. This helps to prevent emails from being sent to non-approved, generic email domains (@gmail.com, @yahoo.com), or domains owned by third parties.
If a user attempts to set or change a user email address to a non-approved domain, they receive an error.
In your CertCentral account, in the left main menu, go to Settings > Preferences.
Expand Advanced Settings.
Under the Approved email domains section, enter the domains of email addresses that users can create an account for.
This does not affect existing users with non-approved email addresses. It only impacts new users and email changes made after configuring this setting.
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