Remove syntax errors, unicode errors, department, spamtraps, litigators and protestors from email marketing lists.
Verify deliverables and report back bounces, challenge responses, mail block relay, forwarders and false positives.
Fill in desired missing data elements such as name, email, address, phone, IP, source and more.
Real time email notifications, abuse advice and blacklist handling.
Plans and Pricing
Choose between validation, verification, appending or blacklist monitoring. Verification plan includes (comes with) everything below.
- syntax errors
- format errors
- bad mx
- verifies rdns
- open relay checks
- if parked
- incorrect spelling
- false positives
- slow responses
VerificationUnlimited No API
- bounces (hard, transient or soft)
- vacation emails
- challenge responses
- replies from list servers
- feedback reports
- mail block relay
- false positives
- includes validation
- includes appending
- includes blacklist monitoring
- date/time stamp
Blacklist MonitoringAbuse Handling
- ip blacklistings
- real time stats
- email notifications
- abuse advice
- how to remove
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Frequently Asked Questions
What does "unlimited" mean?
How does your system handle verification intelligence?
Can I unsubscribe any time I wish?
What packages can you provide if we go the Verification route?
What separates you from your competition?
How much data can we append to?
How big is your database of spamtraps?
What is the diference between validation and verification?
Validation remove threats and errors while verification removes mostly bounces.
Email List Validation: Removal of spamtraps, static bounces, complainers, litigators, duplicates, disposables, departmentals, botclickers, false positives, slow responses, format errors, unicode characters and checks the mail exchange record for numerous warning signs.
Email List Verification: Removal of bounces (hard, transient or soft), vacation emails, challenge responses, replies from list servers, feedback reports, mail block relay, forwarders and false positives.
Why were so many emails removed from my file?
How do you know these are real spamtraps?
How do you classify a hard bounce?
Mailservers respond to requests with smtp error codes which show the email does not exist or is invalid. We have compiled these codes and assign them a hard bounce value. This information is fed into our appending platform where we match against our intelligence where we place a value delimiter per email.
Technical bounce classification:
According to the rfc logic:
– 5.2.1 is ‘mailbox inactive’.
– 5.1.1 is always ’email doesn’t exist’.