Every email is primarily categorized as either Valid, Invalid, Unknown or Catch-All. Valid:
The email address will be declared Valid Email Address after a successful SMTP transaction if the recipient mail server accepts it. Even if the email address is real, sending emails to addresses tagged as "Disposable" is not advised. Invalid:
An email address is marked Invalid if it's syntactically wrong, or if an email account doesn't exist on the receiving mail server. Unknown:
The receiving mail server may reply slowly or be momentarily unable to handle queries at times. Those email addresses have a "unknown" status, which can be revalidated after some time. Catch-All:
An email address that accepts all messages sent to that address and never bounces them back. Clearout Safe to send:
Clearout identifies high-quality email addresses using an advanced level screening mechanism, resulting in greater deliverability and open rates for your emails. We highly advise sending emails in bulk within a 24-hour time frame using email addresses with a deliverability score of 1.Clearout Disposable:
Certain service providers generate temporary email addresses for a limited duration, such as a few hours to a few days. "Disposable Email Addresses" are the term for such addresses. Sending emails to such addresses increases the bounce rate, hence sending emails to "Disposable Email Addresses" is not recommended.Click here
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