Integrate our Email Verification Service with API Lookups or Process Batch CSV Reports!
Validating emails prevents bounces and is an industry standard for companies that engage in email marketing or collect emails from customers. Proper email list hygiene benefits your success rate with clicks, opens, inboxing, and overall views of your email campaigns. Better user quality and less abuse from fake user data is an added bonus.
Verifying email addresses can be queried via an API lookup or by uploading an email marketing list through our bulk email verifier on the user dashboard. Our easy API documentation and example code make it a simple process to add IPQS email address verification service on your sites and apps.Learn about IPQS Email Validation
How to Use the Email Address Verifier?
Simply enter the email address in the email validator to verify an email address with instant results. If you'd like to verify a bulk email address list or query results via an API, please create a free account, which will allow you to upload an email marketing CSV list. Results are instant and are always performed with fresh data, so you can confidently verify email addresses with our service for any mail service provider. Reduce bounces for mail providers in any country.
Check If An Email Address is Valid
Using the verification tool above, you can check if an email address is valid and determine if the email is an active inbox, that's ready to accept mail. This indicates that the email account is active and a real user is behind the email address. Taking these measures ensures you can send your client or prospect a successful message in the future. One of the most frustrating parts of running a business is having a good lead, but not being able to get in touch with them. In other situations, fake accounts may be causing problems which are likely using invalid email addresses.
Validate Email Addresses with 99.9% Accuracy
There's many choices for service providers when it comes to email address validation, but results vary greatly. When verifying an email address, being off by just a few percentage can greatly impact your inboxing score and cause your company's marketing campaigns or messages to end up in the SPAM folder. Similarly, you may end up with false-positives that could prevent legitimate users from signing up or getting in touch with you.
Imagine having a good prospect attempting to sign up for your site or services, but they are rejected due to their mail server not allowing most email validation services from verifying the address. This is a scenario we see almost every day from new clients that have experienced poor quality among other services and one of the many ways our service excels compared to the competition. IPQS ensures you'll never face a similar issue, with email scoring that's 99.9% accurate.
Why is Email Verification Important?
Due to fears of SPAM and data leaks, many users online are reluctant to give out their real email address and frequently use a fake email or a temporary address from the thousands of disposable email services. These services also provide an easy solution for fraudsters that wish to create duplicate accounts and bypass registration requirements. Validating emails in real-time through an API can greatly decrease fraud and improve the value of your user base. It can also be helpful for detecting typos from good intentioned users, such as when a user accidentally misspells their email address.
Beyond user quality, email verification is an important practice to ensure your email can be delivered directly into a user's inbox, rather than landing in the SPAM folder or bouncing back due to being blacklisted. This is performed by removing spamtraps and invalid emails from your marketing lists. Only messaging valid emails that are active with the mail service provider will ensure you can maintain a healthy sender score and avoid blacklists. It's best to validate marketing lists every 6 months at a minimum.
How To Check if An Email Address is Leaked?
Email reputation scores can quickly change as emails are frequently exposed by data compromises and database leaks. The email addresses exposed by these data breaches are commonly used by hackers and malicious users to create fake accounts and purchases while still using a valid email address. The results in the email address lookup above will determine if the email address has been leaked in a recent data breach. This data is also available via an email validation API lookup.