This review is dedicated to the Email Verier software developed by Atompark. That type of software is a must have when you collect emails with email extractors and you may want to check out email extractors reviews. You can’t afford receiving too many bounces which can lead to problems with your hosting or smtp provider. The Atomic Mail Verifier comes in a demo version, which you can download free, and a paid version that costs $49.85. The demo version has limitations placed on it, but allows a real feel for the Atomic Mail Verifier. The download was clean and free from any ad ware, spy ware, or viruses, which was a huge relief. The demo version has some features locked such as saving filtered verifications, but after a registration key is purchased for a onetime fee of $49.85, the demo is unlocked to the full version.
The program is relatively simple to use. Take your bulk email list, from the clipboard, .doc, .docx, .txt, xls, xlsx, files or from the Outlook email address book and click on the envelope icon that says verify. Choose verify email addresses and select the file you wish to verify. It will load the list of emails contained within the file. Then select verify again and The Atomic Mail Verifier immediately starts working.
Once finished The Atomic Mail Verifier will state if the mailbox exists, the mailbox does not exist, or the ip has been blocked. Each status has a little red, green, or yellow flag next to it. Afterwards there is an option to export the addresses based on Correct, Incorrect, Missed, Unchecked, or All. When exporting, it will export to Word, Excel, Open Office, a text file, or the clipboard. In the demo version, saving results and exporting results are locked.
Select verify and then select verify domains. This will check to see if the domain servers for each email address are valid. After verifying, it will have a red, green, or yellow flag that signifies if the domain servers exist or not. There is a status log to the right of every flag to explain the status of each server for each email address.
The Atomic Mail Verifier has extensive customer support including video overview demos that show set-up and use of software. The software manuals are available on the website under the support tab. There is also a FAQ to help anyone with very basic questions find the answer to their problem fast. Free technical support is available for the first year after purchase of software, the first year after a software upgrade, and for customers that have a major bug in their older Atomic Email Verifier versions.
For those customers that require more help, The Atomic Mail Verifier has priority support at a cost of $300 for 6 months. Priority support has its own email address which is allowed an unlimited amount of email requests and that is answered in about 3 hours. It has a dedicated phone line that can be used for up to 20 hours to help set-up The Atomic Mail Verifier. It also provides 2 hours of remote setup and lessons on how to use the software view Team Viewer.
The G-Lock Email verifier costs $99, which is slightly less than double the price of The Atomic Mail Verifier. It verifies email address lists directly from a database without importing or exporting. It can also import and export email address lists from Paradox, DBASE, Excel, Text, Word HTML, Lotus 1-2-3, XML, DBISAM, and more. Most of the import and export software G-Lock uses is old or outdated whereas Atomic Mail Verifier uses newer and up to date software to import and export. G-Lock saves verified emails to a text file and can even sort the bounced versus non-bounced emails. It checks email address syntax during the verification process. They provide and online Knowledge Base for customers that would like to solve and technical issues on their own. They provide support through a support tickets system and require additional downloads of Team Viewer software, complete with usernames and passwords, just to provide support.
eMail Verifier from www.maxprog.com is available for $30 and verifies email addresses at a rate of 10 per second. It is available for Macintosh or Windows computers. eMail Verifier is also available in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, and Russian. It can verify one email address at a time or a list of email addresses. Each email are verified individually using 80 different built in rules. It provides a complete connection log, over all information, and statistics. It also has a customizable export function, but doesn’t share which formats or programs it exports to.
Email Verifier from www.32bit.com is available for purchase, for a onetime fee of $74.95. It checks for syntax, checks the availability of specific email addresses, and tests through an SMPT connection to the server. It removes duplicate email addresses from the list. Email Verifier can validate up to 50,000 email addresses per hour. Lifetime support is provided by Email Verifier and is handled through email or the websites contact form.
It has three-step verification via syntax, domain, and existence of email boxes on the selected servers.
It supports two types of validation, standard and advanced.
It has expanded status logs that explain the condition of an address or domain.
It can import from clipboard, .doc, .docx, .txt, xls, xlsx, files or from the Outlook email address book.
Full integration with other Atomic programs such as Atomic Lead Extractor, Atomic Newsgroup Explorer, and Atomic WHOIS Explorer that
can be ran simultaneously as the Atomic Mail Verifier.
Verified email addresses may be exported to Word, Excel, Open Office, a text file, or the clipboard.
Uses modern and easily found software to import and export verified lists.
It Is competitively prices for the amount of features, flexibility, and compatibility it has.
It is not available in as many languages as eMail Verifier.
It costs $19.85 more than eMail Verifier.
Not compatible with Macs
No crack or free registration code for Atomic Verifier