Email check, verify, validate

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Email Check, verify and validate is an email verification tool. It helps you validate any email address online. Check if mailbox really exists ! This email validator checks email address validity in seconds. Verification of emails mainly based on servers response for most accuracy. Upload your CSV.

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Email check, verify, validate

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Then $19.00/month

This Actor helps you to verify email address checking MX records, and SMTP connection. Allows thousands of emails at once: no limit of emails to validate. No API key required.


There are three checks :

  • ✅ Email Format Whether the email follows the email format syntax
  • ✅ MX records Check the email address MX records (the thing after the @ common to the company)
  • ✅ SMTP records Check the email address really exists. Because Mail servers don't always allow SMTP connection, this verfication cannot be 100% trusted.

Use case

  • Increase delivery rate of email campaigns by removing spam emails
  • Increase email open rate and your marketing IPs reputation
  • Protect your website from spam, bots and fake emails
  • Protect your product signup form from fake emails
  • Protect your website forms from fake emails
  • Protect your self from fraud orders and accounts using fake emails
  • Integrate email address verification into your website forms
  • Integrate email address verification into your backoffice administration and order processing


Add the emails you want to test, and click "Run"


When finished, you will see the results with every check that was performed on the emails.

Extra tips :

  • When a domain does not exist or has no MX records, the domain validation will fail, and the mailbox validation will return null because it could not be performed.
  • Some MX providers like Yahoo will still return validSmtp true because their SMTP servers do not allow verifying if a mailbox exists


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