Easy to use presets
Review and send to your results with ease with common presets or create your own preset after customizing your download.
Customization when needed
Advanced segmentation and data appending features available when you need them.
Additional insights available for every email. Learn more about your emails with network information and account information appending.
Understand your results
Recommended presets and helpful sending documentation is available right in the download window. Know what to send.
Presets for Simple Sending
Includes valid emails only, producing the lowest bounce rate possible when sending your campaign. This segment is backed by our 3% or less bounce back guarantee and is our top recommendation for most senders. To read more about our guarantee please visit our guarantee
Includes all emails that are likely to be invalid or bounce upon sending. This category should only be used to suppress your existing database or list and should never be sent to without expert review.
Includes all available features and options, including all classifications of emails (valid, invalid, accept all, disposable, unknown) as well as duplicate entries. This segmentation should never be sent to directly without first categorizing the results.
In addition to the default presets you can create and manage custom presets from our advanced download features.
Customization at Your Fingertips
Segment your results based on our 5 primary result codes.
(Valid, Invalid, Accept All, Disposable & Unknown)
Append additional information to your list with data discovered during verification.
Advanced File Control
Specify the result code format, yes/no operator, and line feed characters.
Remove or Isolate Duplicates
Easily remove duplicates from your list or generate a list containing only the duplicates.
Segment Bad Syntax
Retrieve all the bad syntax records in your list for easy removal.
Insights & Appends
Email Network Information
Append additional information learned about the email during the verification process.
Idenifty Free Mail Hosts
Append a column indicating free mail hosts (i.e: gmail.com, yahoo.com).
Idenifty Role Accounts
Append a column indicating role accounts (i.e: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com).
Append a column indicating the address portion of the email. Generally this is anything before the @ sign. If this address includes an email alias, the alias will not be returned as part of this field.
Append a column showing the alias portion of an email address. If an address contains an alias such as "firstname.lastname@example.org" the alias portion is returned, otherwise this column is empty.
Append a column showing the host portion of the email address. Generally this is everything after the @ sign.
Append a column to show the email host's subdomain if applicable. For example, if host was site.example.com, the subdomain would show a response of "site".
Append a column to show the email host's domain name. This does not include any subdomain, if applicable, and does not include the TLD or top level domain portion. If the host was site.example.com, the domain would be "example".
Append a column to show the TLD or top level domain of the email host. If the host was "site.example.com", the TLD is "com".
Append a column to show the FQDN or "Fully Qualified Domain Name". This is the portion of the host that you use to query DNS information. In most cases this will be the same as the host, however if a subdomain was included this will be removed from the FQDN. For example, if the host was "zone-1.zone-2.site.example.com", the FQDN would be "example.com".
Append a column to show the FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name) of the primary MX record. This is an attempt to determine the ISP hosting the email at a particular address and is useful for grouping addresses together by provider.
Identify valid DNS records
Append a column to show whether one or more DNS records exists for this host.
Identify MX records
Append a column to show whether this host has one or more MX records defined in its DNS records.
Identify reachable SMTP server
Append a column to show whether NeverBounce was able to connect to a remote mail server identified by the host's MX records.
Identify Bad Syntax
Append a column identify whether emails within a list contain bad syntax. Examples of syntax errors include spaces ( joe. email@example.com) and missing domains (joe.smith@example).