Email validation is a core step to maintain your email lists healthy, each list on your list will validate if the email you send is an error. It does not really differ from hosting provider to host and typically includes a simple catch-all email validation, simple server verification, a domain validation, and SMTP authentication among others. Most email servers will not allow users to send messages to the spam box. However, there are still many uses for this service that we will go over them.

What is the use of Email validation tool?

If your business has a large number of local contacts, then it is important to confirm that those contacts can be delivered by email. To validate addresses that can deliverability is very important. To validate deliverability, all you have to do is check the return address part of the email to ensure that the email was indeed sent by you and not a third party. Different methods used to confirm deliverability include; manual check of the return address, use of electronic mail forwarding service or ISP validation. These are some of the different valid email service verification uses.

A domain name is an alphanumeric string that is unique to a particular Internet website. This field separates individual Internet domains from generic names. Each domain has a numeric string called A Record that uniquely identifies whether it belongs to a domain or not. There are three different ways to validate the names of the different domains to determine whether they are able to be delivered by email: use of an A Record, use of an SMTP Server, and use of an email validation service.

In order to validate addresses with a validation email service you will need to provide the domain names that you would like to check. You will be given a list of addresses in your confirmation email. There will be one blank item called ‘reserved’ that you can choose from. Enter the email addresses you want to validate in this reserved field. The service will return a true or false answer depending on the owner of the addresses.

There are also differences between different email delivery software that allows users to specify different settings for the SMTP server and for the return address. Some of the email delivery software allow users to specify the ‘type’ of the server that should be used when sending the emails. There are many different types of servers available that depend on the reliability and performance of different email providers.

These settings can be changed by the user and are stored in the SMTP settings of the user’s email account. To validate email addresses using this type of tool you should run the ‘Validate Lists’ option by clicking on ‘Online Validation’. You will be given a choice of available validation lists to choose from. These lists will contain valid email addresses that have been verified as belonging to the organisation. After choosing from a list, click ‘Validate Lists’ and a page containing all the addresses that you have specified will be generated.