The Email Verifier requires an email address. It returns the result of the verification to know if this email address is deliverable or not, with the detailed validations made and a confidence score.
An email verifier serves to confirm the existence of an email address and its ability to receive messages.
The Tomba Email Verifier performs a comprehensive evaluation of email addresses, checking for public visibility on the web and providing the associated sources.
Tomba's Email Verifier connects to the email's SMTP server directly, bypassing the need to send a test email.
The Email Verifier executes several checks, including:
Email addresses verified as "Valid" by the verifier are generally reliable. The bounce rate for these addresses typically remains below 1%.
The "Accept all" status during verification indicates that the email server accepts all addresses on its domain, regardless of their actual creation. This means the verifier cannot guarantee the existence of the specific email address and assigns it the "Accept all" label.
Such email addresses carry a higher risk than those marked as "Valid". To mitigate this risk, it's advisable to use only the highest quality addresses, perhaps those with a confidence score above 80%.
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