Stay Secure With Gravity Forms Email Blacklist Plugin

WordPress users and business owners agree that CrossPeak’s gravity form email blacklist plugin is one of the single most valuable plugins for their businesses. Few things are more frustrating than dealing with a pile of gravity forms filled with irrelevant leads. They’re quite simply a waste of your time. That’s where our gravity forms email blacklist plugin comes in. It will block any email address or domain that you choose. With our plugin, you can focus on running your business and leave the security to us. This simple yet effective plugin is a must-have for anyone using gravity forms on their WordPress site. With one plugin, you can:

  • Block individual emails
  • Block entire domains
  • Block your competitors
  • Protect your leads and content

You and your team have worked hard to create forms and content that are constantly working behind the scenes. Keeping competitors’ eyes off your lead generators is important. Investing in our email blacklist plugin is an investment in your business. Start protecting your assets today. When you need a reliable way to block emails and protect your business, turn to CrossPeak. Simply download the CrossPeak blacklist plugin, create and input a list of the domains and email addresses to blacklist, and our plugin will do the rest. So why wait? Get started today and see how easy it is.

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WordPress Installation

Download the Gravity Forms Encryption plugin on this page, install and activate. It should look like this:

Showing the Gravity Forms Email Blacklist installed and activated on backend

You should then see these options in the Gravity Forms Settings sub-menu under “Email Blacklist.”

Showing the blacklist settings on the backend

When creating a form, selecting a field and then clicking on the Advanced settings on the right will bring up options for the plugin.

Showing the advanced email settings for the email blacklist form plug-in

If someone enters an email address that’s been blacklisted, this default error message will appear. You can customize the message within the Advanced settings.

Here’s the output of a customized error message:

In this example, we see how to blacklist multiple addresses separated by a comma.

Showing the Email settings on backend, with multiple addresses blacklisted

Example of blacklisting the all addresses from

Here we blacklist the entire .com TLD:

That’s it! Happy blacklisting. If you have any questions about using this plugin, feel free to contact us.

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