Email Validator is a free, simple, and powerful Windows Application offering instant email address validation & verification via syntax checks, typo, and spelling checks, SMTP checks, free and disposable provider filtering, and much more. It's pursuing the goal of assisting developers and businesses in fighting fraudulent users and increasing success rates of email campaigns.

Email Validator

for No Spam in

Campaign List

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FREE EMAIL VERIFIER

Our Free Validator will tell you if an email belongs to a free domain e.g (gmail.com, hotmail.com, aol.com) and will also tell you if it is toxic, disposable.

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MX RECORD DETECTION

Our Tool offers MX Record Detection and will tell you if an MX Record was found for the domain being checked.

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OVERVIEW REPORTS

Our Email Verification Tool gives a big picture overview of what your data looks like.

1. EMAIL TYPO CORRECTION

2. ANTI-GREYLISTING

3. SMTP VALIDATION

Helping you find the right IT solutions.

The Tool will let you know if the email is properly formatted and verify that its mailbox exists and is able to receive mail. The tool will give you a detailed response without ever sending an email!. Also, we are not storing your emails in our database or anywhere.

Syntax Verification

Domain & DNS check

Mail Exchanger (MX) test

Email Validator offers the most feature-rich email verification service available.
Here are just some of the many features our platform offers.

The total syntax structure engine complies with all significant IETF guidelines, including: RFC 1123, RFC 2821, RFC 2822, RFC 3490, RFC 3696, RFC 4291, RFC 5321, RFC 5322 and RFC 5336. It completely bolsters cited strings and cited matches just as remarks and space literals. 

 

Approves the DNS records for each email address and banner delivers having a place with invalid, non-working, or stopped areas. Supports even numerous mind-boggling setups found in more seasoned frameworks that are sometimes still being used.

 

Imitates the conduct of normal mail exchangers and utilizes the SMTP convention. Backing for both internationalized areas and letter drops. Uses Unicode (Punycode and UTF-8) to guarantee all contacts are precisely confirmed, paying little mind to where they are or which letters in the order they use. This sort of server setup can diminish your open rate and cause issues with certain Email Service Providers (ESP). Job accounts are messages, for example, sales@example.com, info@example.com, and so forth. Mailing to these addresses can affect your deliverability and even outcome in boycotting by certain ISPs.

We Just Don't Want Spam in Your Target Demographic.

Email Validator