Yes, anytime you download or export leads, our system will verify the emails addresses in real time and provide back a response code for each email address. The response codes are as follows:

1. Syntax:
DON’T SEND – These lines are not an email address in logic.

2. Accept-All (Not recommended)
SAFE – If you have a dedicated email server with your own IPs, catch all emails may be safe for sending dependent on the overall health of your list.
DON’T SEND – If you use a third-party email provider that requires a bounce rate below 4%, these emails are not safe for sending.

3. Valid:
A valid email address has been verified as a real email that is currently accepting mail.
SAFE – These emails exist and have been verified for safe sending.

4. Invalid:
An invalid email address has been verified as a bad recipient address that does not exist or is not accepting mail. Invalid emails will result in a bounce.
DON’T SEND – These emails do not exist and are not safe for sending.

5. Unknown:
We are unable to definitively determine this email’s status. This email appears to be OK, however the domain and/or server is not responding to our requests. This may be due to an issue with their internal network or expired domain names. Unknown addresses are checked up to 3 times before this result code is given.
SAFE – If you have a dedicated email server with your own IPs, unknown emails are normally safe for sending.
DON’T SEND – If you use a third-party email provider that requires a bounce rate below 4%, these emails are not safe for sending.

6. Role:
Role-based email addresses (like admin@, help@, sales@, leads@) are email addresses that are not associated with a particular person, but rather with a company, department, position, or group of recipients. They are not generally intended for personal use, as they typically include a distribution list of recipients.

SAFE – If you are familiar with email owner.
DON’T SEND – If you obtain the email from registration form.