Welcome to Atomic Mail Verifier
Atomic Mail Verifier (AMV) is a program created for checking whether an email address exists. AMV gives an opportunity to remove invalid addresses from the recipients list for target delivery.
There are four main options to work with e-mail addresses:
Importing addresses into the program. AMV reads the list of email addresses contained either in a file (text file, MS Office, Open Office), Outlook address book or in Windows Clipboard. Besides, you may import a search results list from Atomic Email Hunter, Atomic Newsgroup Explorer or Atomic Whois Explorer. E-mail addresses in the file can be located each in a new line or sequentially
separated by commas (so called csv-files). Addresses can also be in “Mr. First” <firstname.lastname@example.org>
format. The application understands such spelling correctly and even checks it for correct syntax on the fly. Look for more details in the “Import addresses” manual chapter.
The three check up levels can be performed:
- Verify syntax — e-mail addresses are checked if they correspond to the standart e-mail spelling rules;
- Verify domains — AMV checks if the domain exists. If any domain doesn’t exist then its e-mail address also doesn’t ;
- Verify e-mail addresses — the last checking level. The program looks if the SMTP-server corresponds to current domain and checks if the user exists.
The program allows to verify addresses on the selected level or on the all levels together for better results. Please, go to the appropriate webpage to learn more of how to clean email lists.
After verification is over, you get the list of the reliable e-mail addresses. The results can be saved to the clipboard, text file, MS Office (Word, Exel) or transferred to Atomic Mail Sender, Atomic List Manager and Atomic Verifier Online.
You can check the addresses manually by using a command line. Look through the appropriate manual section “Command line”.
To buy the program go to our web site.