I could probably find ten or twelve TLDs on any submission form that would not be accepted as valid. I know from creating forms for clients the validation logic is increasingly difficult. There are additional TLDs being added and I can't say that I've been keeping up with the validation logic.
Am I old because I remember email validation logic like:
Presence of “@” and “.”
“@” should not be at the first and last position
“.” should not be at the first, second, third and last position
There should be at-least one character gab between “@” and “.” symbol
I can't begin to list the complex kind of authentication I'm currently using but I just looked at the form on my own website and it would not validate a .design TLD as a valid email address. Yes, I feel your pain.
...turns out that my two cents is worth less or more depending on the current exchange rate.
roy darling *my posts seem a lot shorter in my head