Information available during an “e-mail” analysis
Shakelist does not only inform you about the status of an email address (valid, invalid). Dozens of additional tests are performed to qualify the addresses. Below is a list of the information that comes up during an e-mail analysis.
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Computed field indicating whether the use of e-mail in a campaign is OK or KO (not recommended). Use this indicator to filter your lists before using them in your e-mail campaigns.
The main test result (OK, KO, NOTSURE). For more details, see “ResultDetail”.
The detailed reason for the result. Many codes are available. Click below to learn more.
Indicates that the address is a disposable address. Disposable addresses can be dangerous because they are not necessarily associated with a single recipient (it is sometimes enough to know the address to consult its contents). Never send messages containing confidential information to such addresses.
Indicates that the address is a “free” address, therefore not associated with a particular company.
Indicates whether the address format is valid or not.
Indicates that the e-mail address appears to be associated with a robot and not with a real person or a department of a company. Behind some of these addresses are hidden spamtraps. So be very careful.
Indicates that the address is that of a department of a company or that it is a generic address (type contact@…).
Indicates that the address or its domain is identified as potentially dangerous. It is strongly recommended not to send to these addresses to preserve your reputation.
Contains, if identified, the email system used by the owner of the email address.
In the case of an invalid address, Shakelist will be able to suggest a correction (gmial.com at the link of gmail.com for example). To be used with caution and manual validation of course.
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