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  1. The "Comments" core module has been activated locally with its four associated parts, including an Akismet API key, and has been rendered as per instruction via http://processwire.com/api/fieldtypes/comments/. Testing the comment form continues to render errors after this manner in the 3.0.96 version. Error: Exception: Invalid email address (processwire@localhost:8888) (in ... /wire/core/WireMail.php line 130) After an exhaustive attempt on my part to overcome this error (with limited knowledge), I considered that maybe a corrupt file might be the cause. However, after updating from 3.0.62 to 3.0.96, the same error persists. Below is the particular section/line of code mentioned. /** * Sanitize an email address or throw WireException if invalid * * @param string $email * @return string * @throws WireException * */ protected function sanitizeEmail($email) { $email = strtolower(trim($email)); $clean = $this->wire('sanitizer')->email($email); if($email != $clean) { $clean = $this->wire('sanitizer')->entities($email); throw new WireException("Invalid email address ($clean)"); //<--- this is the line } return $clean; } Inasmuch as this is the final element that needs to be addressed for this particular site, your assistance in helping me understand the issue and the remedy regarding this matter would be greatly appreciated. Good day!