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Email validator needed badly...help!

Discussion in 'General Marketing' started by celtics23, Dec 23, 2008.

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    I have a pretty large subscription list i mail to once a month, about 120,000. However, as time goes, emails become invalid as people change them, etc, and it's really stressing my server, all the bouncebacks, that is.

    what email validation software can i run a list that big through, and have it come back with just the valid emails?
    SEMrush
     
    celtics23, Dec 23, 2008 IP
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    Isn't this a question best asked to the services who provide this software?
     
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    I would suggest that you could try FileTransit

    Hope this helps :)
     
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    Try Advanced Email Verifier Software, it is a free download and easy to use. For more details about it, visit the site http://www.glocksoft.com/amlv/

    All the Best........

    Wishing you Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year
     
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    Well it's free, but for 100 emails. I have 120,000!
     
    celtics23, Dec 24, 2008 IP
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    certainly a lot of options there. is there anything specific you can recommend from experience?
     
    celtics23, Dec 26, 2008 IP
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    can anyone else offer any help on this?
     
    celtics23, Dec 30, 2008 IP
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    You need to to suppress all the hard bounces you are getting into the server software you are using each time to mail. That's the easy story.

    Everyone's system is always different but if your not using suppression files / database etc then you need to get on it allows the server to handle the hard bounces one time each mailing not to have to do it each time.
     
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    ok, i mean if i run the list through an email validator, it will eliminate the majority of the invalid emails, no? i actually tried to buy two, but the websites weren't even working right, so i couldn't check out...then another was $135, which i didn't want to spend.
     
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    If your already mailing to all the ISP's it would be much easier to just check the hard bounces? and remove those from your list? Any type of software or website using some random script it not going to do anything because of a ton of factors you can't control.


    A. did the email get rejected because of a blacklist on domain or ip
    b. what was the error message that caused the scrub
    c. was the message just black holed
    d. did my list get jacked and I got some bogus report?


    There are ton's of other reasons but those are the quick ones.
     
    Kracow, Dec 31, 2008 IP