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Can you be more specific about which fields and functions you are using?
Hi, I'm referring to how Marketo handles the field Website-
If I open a lead with an for example email email@example.com, marketo will automatically populate the Website field as "Walmart", but if I register with firstname.lastname@example.org then marketo will leave the field empty.
so I'm interested where I can see the list of domains which Marketo ignores.
Also as I mentioned, in some cases Marketo need to update their list like when users register with emails like email@example.com, they're just facebook users since employees have @fb.com email.
Hopefully a Marketo staffer can explain. Maybe you can flag as a Support ticket or Idea to get their attention.
Did you figure this out? I'm having similar issues. Can't find where this is configured.
yes, Marketo provided us with a list of 20 domains they consider as free or disposable.We created our own list of 4,500 free, disposable and junk email domains which we update regularly.this is marketo's list:yahoo.comhotmail.comaol.comgmail.commsn.comcomcast.nethotmail.co.uksbcglobal.netyahoo.co.ukyahoo.co.inbellsouth.netverizon.netearthlink.netcox.netrediffmail.comyahoo.cabtinternet.comcharter.netshaw.cantlworld.comUpon lead creation, a smart campaign clears the Website field value if one of the 4500 domains is registered as a lead's website
A tip- do the update manually on your own and store the list in Marketo.Even services which claim to identify disposable email addresses might fail to do so. FullContact for example offers an Email API (https://www.fullcontact.com/developer/disposable-email-api/) which supposedly detects disposable email domains but when I run their api on domains like @30minuteemail.com they return that it's not disposable.