Category: Email Verification

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Can I verify emails through the Chrome extension?

No, you can only use the extension to find emails. You can verify emails only through the web dashboard. Read more on how to do it by clicking here.

Does an Email marked “Valid” have no chance of bouncing?

Nothing is certain in life but death and taxes. Our in-depth email verifier engine performs multiple checks before calling an email valid to assure at least 95% deliverability.

What does it mean when a server accepts all emails sent?

Some mail-servers are set to accept all emails sent to them. We flag email addresses as Catch-All only if we couldn’t find other sources that could verify their validity.

You flagged email as “risky”, what does it mean?

The only way to know if an email address exists for sure is to ask the mail server. We flag an email as risky if its mail-server was set to Catch-All but we managed to find at least one source that could validate it is existent.

Why do I need email verification?

There are several reasons why email verification is useful for your business:    Email duplication Remove repeating email addresses from your list to avoid useless spamming.    Spam-trap removal Catch spam-trap honeypots before sending it an email and get blocked.    Mail server validation Remove email addresses that don’t have a valid mail server to […]

Can I verify webmail’s addresses?

Sure. We support all major webmail providers and have unique custom methods to verify emails from those.

Verification Results Codes

Our email verification feature can return a few different text codes that helps you determine if an email is valid and safe to send. Attached below is a short table that will help you understand our results. Text Code Description Safe to send? Valid Verified email address. Yes Invalid Un-verified email address. No Risky Server […]

In the results document, what does ‘Verified’, ‘Not Verified’ and ‘Risky’ mean?

Verified We managed to find at least two sources claiming that the email is verified   Risky  We are not 100% sure. We managed to find one source that claims that the email exists or/and that’s the company email pattern.   Not Verified  We didn’t manage to find any source that would validate that email, […]

What do you check for when verifying emails?

Here is a small list of verifications: Whether an email has a valid format of not. For example – “example@domain.com” is a valid format. Whether an email looks legitimate. For example “3dsdw44@domain.com” isn’t a legitimate email address We check if the domain name is being used for a temporary email address. We check for email […]