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Email List Verification
Understanding the results and other articles.
What to expect with Emailable verification
Understanding Emailable's verification What is the minimum number of emails I can verify? No list is too small. You can upload a list of any size, but keep in mind the more credits you buy, the more you save! How are syntax issues, such as spaces, handled in verification? Emails, such as emily @emailable.com, will be identified and marked as undeliverable. This way, these issues can be manually resolved and reverified. How long does it take to verify my list? The time it take
Exporting your lists
Exporting your lists How do I export my list? After your list verification is complete, click on your list and head to the Export page on the left hand side of your dashboard. Here you'll be able to select which email categories you'd like to include in your exported list. You'll also have the option to include/exclude additional filters, such as Free, Role, Accept-All, or Disposable emails. After making your selection, click "Download CSV" or, if you have an integration set up, you ca
How do you define each deliverability category?
Understanding the results How do you define each verification category? (Deliverable, undeliverable, risky etc.) These are the 5 different categories you will find once the verification is complete: Deliverable - We can determine with a high level of confidence that the email address is associated with a valid account. Undeliverable - We can determine with a high level of confidence that the email address is not associated with a valid account. Risky - Emails are del
“Risky” emails What are Risky emails? “Risky” email addresses are those that have low quality or low deliverability. They may exist but are currently facing technical issues that show very low engagement in that mailbox. We classify them as “risky” because they may cause quality issues for your campaigns. Should I send emails to addresses marked as “Risky”? Although this category may include emails that are technically still deliverable, we recommend you use caution when emailing an