extension ExtPose


Description from extension meta

Suggests a right domain when you misspell it in an email address.

Image from store MailCheck
Description from store When a user types in "[email protected]", Mailcheck will suggest "[email protected]". This extension uses the javascript library mailcheck.js ------------------------------------------------ Changelog: 1.6 - Dropped Zepto dependency in favor of jQuery - Upgraded to MailCheck 1.1.0 - Upgraded to Chrome UI bootstrap 1.4.0 - Used minimalistic bootstrap 1.5 - Localized options page 1.4 - Added tooltips - Fixed bugs on options page 1.3 - Fixed minor bugs - Added more options 1.2: - Added options page 1.1: - Added i18n support (English, French, Japanese) - Switched to Zepto JS library - Fixed bug on form loaded dynamically 1.0: First release. For full details (or contribution), please go to http://github.com/mbilbille/chrome-mailcheck
Latest reviews
  • (2017-03-28) Mohamad Reza Shaker: it's good &THX
Latest issues
  • (2019-01-15, v:1.6.2) David Landon: Installing Mailcheck on RCA tablet
    Downloaded app, but can't find it to install.
  • (2015-10-15, v:1.6.2) Angel Carrasco: ingles-español
    si lo pudieran poner en español seria mucho mejor
  • (2015-07-27, v:1.6.2) Waldo Hanke: mail for [email protected]
    how do i get her mail?

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3.2 (5 votes)
Last update / version
2015-02-03 / 1.6.2




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