What Information Will be Included in Verification?
STATUS. Using Real-time verification in carrier billing systems And other advanced proprietory methods the following statuses are reported
VALID - Email Address will be accepted by the receiving mail server for delivery. Safe to email. Bounce rate is under 2%. Not a CATCH-ALL email (see below).
INVALID - Mail Server will reject email or Email account does not exist or No mail server for the domain or Domain is not valid or Email format is incorrect. The results almost 100% accurate. See SUB-STATUS column for details.
CATCH-ALL - Some corporate email servers, will always return a VALID response, whether the email address is actually valid or invalid. They do this to prevent people from harvesting real email addresses from their mail server. In other cases, mail operators collect all emails sent in valid invalid accounts (e.g., email@example.com) to the mail administrator will forward that email to a "catch-all" address, like firstname.lastname@example.org to review at all the emails sent to their mail server to see if anything important was sent to an invalid recipient.
SPAMTRAP - An email address not used by a person, but actively monitored. If a spam trap receives an email, it will consider it as spam because that email address never opted in to receive emails.
ABUSE - high risk emails, where recipient clicks the "Spam" link often.
DONOTMAIL - either a group email (SUB-STATUS = role_based) or a possible trap. Do not use.
UNKNOWN - Status cannot determined. Domain is valid, receicing mail server exists, but we did not get the reponse in time. An anti-spam system might be blocking the access. You are not charged for UNKNOWNs.
SUB-STATUS. Additional information, if available
alias_address - forwards to a valid real address (e.g. email@example.com to firstname.lastname@example.org)
antispam_system - unknown email status due to anti-spam systems deployed at the server.
does_not_accept_mail - domain can send, but not receive email
exception_occurred - mail server error
failed_smtp_connection - connection to mail server failed (likely invalid)
failed_syntax_check - email format is invalid (e.g. name$mysite.com)
forcible_disconnect - connection to mail server dropped (likely invalid)
global_suppression - email is found in a global suppression list (GSL). Do not email.
greylisted - temporarily unable to validate. You can try again later.
leading_period_removed - valid gmail.com email address can start with a period '.' We will remove it, to make it compatible with all mailing systems
mail_server_did_not_respond - server not responding to mail requests (likely invalid)
mail_server_temporary_error - mail server reports a temporary error (likely invalid)
mailbox_not_found - email account does not exist on the mail server
mailbox_quota_exceeded - account exceeded their space quota and are not accepting emails
no_dns_entries - domain is not valid or mail server does not exist
possible_traps - do not send emails to this address
role_based - a group email like email@example.com
timeout_exceeded - no response from the server in 60 seconds. You can try again.
unroutable_ip_address - emails domains point to an un-routable IP address
DISPOSABLE. True (Yes) or False (No). Temporary email address created for the sole purpose to register without giving the real email address.
Disposable emails may only last from a few minutes to a few months.
TOXIC. True (Yes) or False (No). Domains are known for spam or abuse, and bot created email addresses.
FIRST and LAST NAME*. The name of the owner of the email, when available.
GENDER*. The gender of the owner of the email, when available.
LOCATION*. The location of the owner of the email, when available.
* Do not expect Name, Gender and Location results in many results. Getting account owner details is not primary purpose of this tool. Use People Search to obtain name from email.