Checkmyemailfast - Turns your cold mails - to hot leads.
Checkmyemailfast - Validate emails through social networks.
Checkmyemailfast - Reduces bounce rate - to hot leads.
We are a team that validates emails and phones using social networks for the past 3 years. Previously, we did it manually and it took from 3 weeks to a year, but at the moment it takes from us only 15 minutes to check 1 000 000 email addresses.
Our service will be useful to those who are working every day to increase conversion in email mailings and want to decrease bounce rate. We will also be useful to those who want to know who is behind that email or phone in order to save their time and money.
1,000 emails to validate included
$0.005/1 mail overage charge
5,000 emails to validate included
$0.004/1 mail overage charge
0,000 emails to validate included
$0.003/1 mail overage charge
EPIC 100,000+ emails to validate included
LEGENDARY 1,000,000,000+ emails to validate included + telephones
How often have you been in a situation when an e-mail that you sent to a friend, relative or a business partner, does not reach them? Sometimes, you get a response from the destination server saying something like ‘Oops, there’s been a mistake’ or ‘there is no such recipient.’ It irritates and annoys – especially as you realize that you’ve wasted your time for writing a letter hoping for a response. In the case with business – it means the lost gain and your time, which you might have spent on something more efficient. Wouldn’t it be nice to know how to check if the email is valid upfront? And that’s where e-mail checkers come at the fore.
There is the vastness of e-mail checkers online that will help you know whether the email address you are holding is correct or not. They have a differing technical implementation (which we will unearth to your attention below) and show different results. But the main aim they all are working for is to tell you whether this or that e-mail: _ really exists, _ is alive or not (it means that can it receive and send e-mails, not being just some dummy) _ Mail Exchange protocol (MX) records exist (if there are no MX data records, it means that the address can’t receive emailing) _ is built on what protocol (IPv4 or IPv6) and other technical information. If you want to use the service of verification of an email, then, probably, a wise decision would be using them all – to get more accurate results. In such a delicate issue, one can’t be sure about the correctness of results using only one. Why? Because we’ve tried the abovementioned email testers to check email online, for different email addresses on differing servers, just to get the opposite results. For instance, one of them says that ‘ukr.net’ server’s addresses are all bad, while another tells they are actually quite good. The other returns the response that the checked ‘@gmail.com’ addresses are good, while the fourth checker doesn’t think so. The fifth, on the contrary, says that both ukr.net and Gmail servers’ addresses are good, while the sixth got stuck on the very first attempt of making the check.
You want to know the correctness of the address not only for personal reasons. There are the following situations when you must to:
There is a process of how the e-mail checkers usually work:
Some sites provide such option, some don’t. You have to read the FAQ section of each specific site to find out this information. Some sites don’t have API now (and only plan to), while others have it.
Most Internet sites that verify email addresses are free to use (but they may be limited to a number of free checks in a given period of time). However, some email verification services provide a number of paid options, amongst which can be a batch check, while the others do not have a batch action at all. Email-checker.net site, for instance, proposes a paid batch action. There may be a possibility that some site will block all batches on its site but will offer a separate OS Windows-working application to download to make checks. Sure, if you run a campaign with thousands of checks as a marketer, you definitely need a batch check, as the manual procedure may cost you more than the end benefit of such.
IPv4 is an ‘old-Internet’ domain addresses, which may look like ‘220.127.116.11’ and are 32-bit-based. IPv6 is a ‘new-Internet’ approach to domain addresses given the increased number of domains globally on our planet and looks something like ‘3ffe:1223:4593:3:299:f8ff:fe93:68ef’, which is a 128-bit-based thing that should provide a solution to a problem of finite online domain addresses.
No, all email verifying is run in the technical background, so no mail or other notice about the check is made to him or her.
There is no such guarantee. Statistically, however, correspondence is delivered to more than 95% of all ‘good’ emails. Vice versa, if it the address is marked as ‘bad’, ‘risky’ or anything similar, we would advise you not to waste your resources sending emails to it.