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Jun 5, 2018

Sign Up Failed for a Trailing Space to Email Address

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Edited: Jun 5, 2018

[Applicability]

The issue is on Android only, and iOS app is not affected.

App release earlier than 3.8.8 (inclusive) is affected.

 

[Problem Description]

Yesterday, we have recently confirmed an issue.

 

1) When adding a trailing space to your email address during your 1st-time registration, an error prompt says:

 

Sign up failed:

1 validation error detected: Value 'youremailaddress@domain.com' at 'toEmail' failed to satisfy constraint: Member must satisfy regular expression pattern:[\p{L}\p{M}\p{S}\p{N}\p{P}]+@[\p{L}\p{M}\p{S}\p{N}\p{P}]+

 

Example on OnePlus 3T, Android 8.0, SwitchBot App 3.8.8

 

 

2) After the failed signing up, now removing the trailing space and continue for another try, it still fails with another error prompt:

 

Sign up failed

User already exists

 

Example on OnePlus 3T, Android 8.0, SwitchBot App 3.8.8

 

 

[Fix Plan and Date]

We will improve the software to handle a trailing space properly.

 

The problem will be fixed in the most next release, which is scheduled before June 8th.

 

[Workaround]

1) Contact support@wondertechlabs.com and elaborate your problem with a screenshot/video if necessary. Once we confirmed, we will remove your data on the server to make your email clean as new.

 

2) Give it another shot to signing up WITHOUT a trailing space to your email address.

 

3) If there is problem or difficulty, set up a temporary email forwarding rule:

Frrom: no-reply@verificationemail.com

Forward to: support@wondertechlabs.com

 

We will register on your behalf, with a temporary password which you can modify later.

 

Then remove the email forwarding rule once your problem is resolved.

 

[Suggestion]

Keep your software up to date.

 

SwitchBot might not always be perfect, but we are always here to help you out when needed.

 

We wish you all enjoy SwitchBot as your simple switch to a smart home.

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