1-25 of 25 Best Performing, Low Cost Bulk Email Checker Tools Compared
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Email verification is the process of checking an email account if it all exists (without sending an email to it). Email verification is helpful in validating email records of thousands within minutes.
Email verification checks and removes all type of bad emails from the list and returns a clean email list, that will are deliverable and safe-to-send.
Real-time email verification API
Real-time email verification API is used to validate the email address on a real-time basis, i.e. Email is checked when it is entered in sign-up, subscription or a check out form.
Most the email verifier combines the API plans with Bulk verification. However, there are few notable email verifier that offers free API for real-time email verification.
Bulk Email Verification
Bulk email verification is the process of cleaning an entire email database at once. The email database can have any number of emails in thousands, lakhs, etc. Running an email list through bulk email verification checks and removes all kind of bad emails, i.e. catchall, disposable, role-based, spam-trap and delivers back an email list with clean records.
Bulk Email Verification Through API
Unlike batch email verification, bulk email validation API removes the manual process of uploading and downloading the file. Instead, the email data files are called programmatically so that the marketers can focus on more important tasks for better email marketing.
Bulk email verifier not only eliminates the wrong email from the list but also saves a lot of email marketing dollars that could have otherwise spent on lousy email addresses. Below listed are the brief benefits of using an email verifier for monitoring and managing email database.
Email verification is running an email through vivid steps to validate the same. Here is a detailed email verification process.
Syntax Checking - Syntax check is the very first step of email verification process. It is merely checking the format of an email according to pre-defined standards. If an email does not meet the specified format criteria, it will be marked as invalid.
Domain/MX Records - MX record (A mail exchanger record) is a record in the DNS that specifies a mail server responsible for accepting emails on behalf of the recipient's domain. An email address with missing MX record will be marked as invalid by bulk email verifier.
Role-based email detection - Role-based account belongs to a group of people, and mailing to them may get you blacklisted with some ISPs.
Email verifier detects and marks such email accounts from the list to prevent you from mailing to such harmful email accounts.
Disposable/Temporary email detection - As the name says, temporary email accounts are just created to bypass the sign-up or login forms. Such type of emails is destroyed automatically after some time.
Catchall server detection - Catchall email server is configured to receive/accept all emails sent to a specified domain.
Spam-trap detection - There is a possibility of the existence of spam trap in an email list. Removal of spam trap is essential for a hygienic mailing list.
Greylisting verification - Just like whitelisting and blacklisting, greylisting is another method of spam fighting. The mailbox of greylisted email account rejects the email from an unknown IP with a "try again later" message. This means that the email is delayed until it is sent again.
Mailbox Confirmation - It is the final step of email verification process. The email verifier utilizes SMTP protocol to contact the mail server and validate if the mailbox can receive messages.
An email verifier detects and segments the email addresses by their real-time status (Valid/Invalid) and sub-status (Role-based, Catchall, Disposable, Spam-trap, Greylisted).
After the email verification is completed, a list with deliverable and safe-to-send status is available for downloads that will cause fewer bounces.