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Yes, you are correct. You could send an email in each case to the entered address detailing any success/failure and a generic response could be shown the user on the response page. This is known as communicating via an "out of bound" channel. So you always send the email, but it is the email itself that explains the situation at hand, and the HTML page asks ...


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I've been thinking that the better practice would be not to confirm nor deny whether the email address exists. For this reason I want to show the success message: "Instructions on how to proceed was sent to the email address provided" even when the user provided does not exist. Yes, this is the proper way to do it. A better message would be "If this email ...



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