Verification Form Tools for Salesforce

Verification Form Tools for Salesforce

2% of verified emails are invalid to begin with.
In order to verify, 88% are corrected and the other 11% are changed to a different email.
Join our project. Email Verification is Free!
Thanks to the first 3 organizations that have verified 133,176 emails.

Enjoy our newest FREE tool to ensure your applicant’s emails are accurate and not blocking future communications from Salesforce. Also included, simple case creation for applicant that require assistance. See it in action on the registration form below or in this demo.

Demo video coming soon HERE

Hire us to manage your installation or roll up your sleeves – installation instructions are available here.

Step 1: Register to receive your API Key and get started.

Email Verification Registration

After you enter your email and click on another field,
you will be sent an email with a verification code and
a pop-up will appear for you to enter the code.


Installation Details

Email Verification Installation Steps

  1. Install a Salesforce managed package that accepts requests from your FormAssembly forms to send an email verification code. The verification code is sent from Salesforce - not FormAssembly - to ensure any future correspondences sent from Salesforce will be received. The full contents, functionality and source code for the managed package are publicly available bitbucket Repository.
  2. Add Javascript to your FormAssembly form and udpate your connector. Samples available here.

Using the Email Verification Tool, you will be participating in an independent, academic project to:
  • Quanitfy deliverability of emails from Salesforce
  • Identify email servers that regularly block emails sent from Salesforce servers
  • Identify if some Salesforce servers are blocked more than others.
When your form applicants verify their email, the email domain is collected anonymously along with the city and state of request. No complete emails or any other form or applicant info is collected.

This can be found in Salesforce Setup > Company Information > Look for Instance. It will start with na, eu, cs, or ap followed by 1 or 2 digit number. Example NA34

This domain must be white listed with Salesforce to accept the requests from your forms.
Note: If you are using the FormAssembly wordpress plugin it is