Advanced Email Verifier 8.3.1

"Advanced Email Verifier" snapshot

Advanced E-mail Verifier clears your mailing list from bad email addresses and helps you process bounced emails after your email campaign is sent. It allows you increase your delivery rate by removing undeliverable emails from your list.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/Server
Publisher:
Alex Markov
Price:
$99
File size:
12.97 Mb
Date added:
August 13, 2004
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Description from the Publisher
Using the Advanced Email Verifier you can clear your email list or database from bounced and undeliverable email addresses and keep your contact lists "clean" on a proactive basis. You can quickly connect to a huge database containing millions emails and verify email addresses directly from the database without export-import. After your email campaign is sent, you can use the powerful built-in bounced handler to deal with bounced emails.
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