Author Amazing Software Products - 100's of products!
Price $30.00
Downloads Count 77
License Type Trial
Date Added Jan 24, 2011
Operating Systems
  • Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
  • Microsoft Windows 95
  • Microsoft Windows 98
  • Microsoft Windows ME
  • Microsoft Windows 2000
  • Microsoft Windows 98
  • Microsoft Windows ME
  • Microsoft Windows XP
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003
  • Microsoft Windows 7
Description E-Mail Validator - check if an e-mail address exists and is valid by using the mailserver! This software is great to make sure your list of newsletters e-mail addresses is clean, and contains no fake addresses! Many people when they sign up for a newsletter enter a fake e-mail address, which then results in multiple bounces and possible (temporary) suspension of a domain. This software allows you to enter a bunch of e-mail addresses to process in batch. It will actually test the e-mail address and make sure it is valid, by contacting the domain to see if a corresponding mail server exists. It will then determine if the e-mail address exists. If a valid mail server exists, then the e-mail is valid, otherwise it is not. You can also use an exclude list to remove e-mails that start with certain phrases (i.e., 'abuse@...','postmaster@...'). Some jerks like to enter fake information like this, and the software can automatically remove these types of addresses, resulting in a clean e-mail list! The main features are:Easily add a bunch of e-mail addresses to process in batch! (Be sure to check our other software which allows you to extract e-mail addresses from a whole set of files on your computer system!) Enter anything that you want in the exclude list, to exclude while verifying e-mail addresses Optionally verify the structure of an e-mail address, by making sure it contains 'valid' characters, an 'at' sign (@), as well as a period. Now you can send out massive e-mails to your newsletter subscribers, without receiving those annoying bouncebacks or getting your ISP upset! So Enjoy! :)

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