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Advanced Email Verifier 5.05
Verify your email addresses and clean up invalid email addresses to keep email address up-to-date without troubling others.
When some Internet users move from one service provider to another, they do not take their email address along with them. Users who lost their email accounts may not notify you of their loss. Internet users may choose to subscribe to your service with a phony email address so that they have access to a free download or a free offer that you may be offering online. Hence, you are left with dead email addresses.
Avoid sending newsletters to bad addresses. If you ultimately decide to use a commercial service to manage your list and send your newsletters, you will usually pay either by the number of sent messages or by the size of your list. If you handle the newsletter mailing yourself, then it becomes a time issue. In other case, you will have to deal with bounced messages.
List hygiene plays a role in the delivery race. It is important to maintain a clean mailing list and remove bounced/undeliverable emails because a lot of ISP mail servers have been known to block a sender's email domain for repeated sending messages to non-existing email addresses.
The average email address lifespan is approximately three years. What happens to old, abandoned addresses? Rather than kill them, many ISP recycle them to new users or add them to filters as "spamtrap" addresses. (A spamtrap is an email address used by a filtering service to identify spam. Many are created by filtering services and placed in public domains, such as chat rooms and message boards.) Either way, email sent to a spamtrap doesn't bounce. It's received by someone and considered spam, or sent straight into a blackhole (deleted), along with all the rest of your messages to that ISP users. Thought cleaning your list wasn't high priority? It's mandatory.
AEV is designed for system administrators, webmasters, programmers as well as for those advanced users who have their own mailing lists and want to keep them up-to-date.
There is no need to disturb your clients and friends anymore to check if their e-mail addresses are still valid. AEV connects directly to their SMTP server and checks it for you. Nothing is sent to the recipient. AEV can work in your system tray.
AEV verifies every e-mail address from a selected database or mailing list, allowing you to determine up to 80% of "dead" mail addresses. For some domains, such as AOL, Yahoo, and other non-SMTP mail, you can't verify whether the address is good or not. You won't know definitively until some bounce because these mail server won't cooperate. So, to save time you can set the Rules in Advanced Email Verifier either to assume all these emails are good or they're all bad. The screen capture above shows the kinds of messages you're likely to see when the verification is completed. Note that the tool is fast, but not instantaneous. The speed depends on the size of your list, your connection to the Internet, and the speed of the Web. If your list is rather large, you can run it at night.
When you've completed the verification using a licensed copy, you can export good email addresses to Paradox, DBase, Excel, Text (.CSV), HTML, Word, SYLK, DIF, Lotus 1-2-3, QuattroPro, SQL script, XML, MS Access, Rich text format files, and MS Windows Clipboard. This is the list you will use for your newsletter.
Additionally, verifying the addresses using a tool isn't enough. Unless your addresses came from a customer database, you probably want to remove all administrative addresses such as orders@*, support@*, listserv@* to which you don't want the newsletter goes. There are more, but that's a good start. If you don't remove these, then you'll receive automated replies from a lot of places. To remove such email addresses you can use a powerful Search/Filter Engine from Advanced Email Verifier.
AEV helps to decrease Internet traffic, because you can clean your mailing list beforehand, keeping you from sending undeliverable messages that causes a ping-pong of useless messages between SMTP servers. In addition to saving your Internet resources, AEV helps you to save money.
Advanced Email Verifier is designed for system administrators, webmasters, programmers as well as for those advanced users who have their own mailing lists and want to keep them up-to-date. Advanced Email Verifier can verify the validation of mail addresses in your mailing list or special database, in function, It's similiar with Atomic Mail Verifier but has more powerful functions.
Advanced Email Verifier has beautiful and clear interfaces and is easy to use, besides, It has detailed "help text" for users.
Advanced Email Verifier supports filter builder which enables you not only to set up your personal charactors but also to record your operation and email server status. It's neccessary to say that Advanced Email Verifier can verify email addresses in SMTP server only, so if you got addresses that are not SMTP server, made them unvalidate directly in filter builder setting.
Advanced Email Verifier supports most of the email formats and database files.
Advanced Email Verifier has powerful Safe recovery function and Fast multi-threaded engine, which made users feel cool when using.
In a word, Advanced Email Verifier is a excellent email application software and valuable for users.
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