Softpedia Editor's Review for Super Email Verifier
A program that verifies the validity of e-mail addresses.
Written by Bogdan Popa on July 16th, 2012
Super Email Verifier is a professional application developed to check the validity of user-defined email addresses.
Such an application is clearly aimed at those with a bit more technical experience, but the well-organized design of the GUI makes it appropriate for rookies too, at least as long as they read the available documentation before starting using the app.
The multi-panel layout lets you see both the email addresses you wish to verify and the results, while the status bar at the bottom of the main window displays the elapsed time, the number of processed emails and the valid ones.
Users are required to set up a so-called “mailing list” before anything else, which should be saved to local disks in TXT format.
An export tool for the verified results is also available, and so is an intuitive configuration screen to set up DNS servers, thread number and connection timeout.
The secret behind this program is that Super Email Verifier simulates the sending of a message and connects to the found SMTP server. Of course, it doesn’t send any message and as soon as it determines whether an email address is valid or not, it disconnects from the server.
Super Email Verifier works very fast thanks to its multi-thread engine and runs flawlessly on all Windows versions on the market.
To sum up, Super Email Verifier is clearly a very handy product that can be used by most user categories thanks to the comprehensive documentation it comes with. It automatically detects DNS servers, so only minimal configuration is required.
Super Email Verifier description
Here are some key features of "Super Email Verifier":
· Professional User Interface. Very easy to use.
· The fastest way to verify bad email addresses and invalid domains.
· Import email lists to be verified from TXT files.
· Fast multi-threaded engines. It can verify more than 50,000 per hour.
· Export verify results, allows you to save successful e-mail address to a text file.
· PIII 1GHz or higher
· At least 10 MB of free disk space
· You can only verify no more than 1000 e-mails each time and the results cannot be exported