How to validate email addresses and check mailing list
Atomic Mail Verifier (AMV) is a program intended for checking whether an email address exists.
AMV reads the list of email addresses contained either in a text file or in Windows Clipboard
and checks whether they exist.
The three levels check up can be performed (selected levels or all levels together):
Please go to the appropriate Help's section to learn more about
email addresses verification basics in AMV
- E-mail address syntax check
- E-mail domain existence check
- Mailbox on server existence check
E-mail addresses in the file being imported can be located each on a new line or sequentially being
separated by commas (so called CSV-files). Addresses can also be in "Mr. First" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
format. The application correctly understands such spelling and even checks it for correct syntax on the fly.
Keep reading to get know how to:
Verify e-mail addresses
Save verified e-mail addresses