Verify a single email per request. This API endpoint is suitable for validating single email per request. The verification result will be returned as below.


HTTP/1.1 200 OK
    "result": "deliverable",
    "message": "This address can receive emails.",    
    "email": "[email protected]",
    "user": "support",
    "domain": "",
    "accept_all": 2,
    "role": 1,
    "free_email": 0,
    "disposable": 0,
    "spamtrap": 0,
    "success": true


How to use the result

  • Apart from undeliverable, for the results deliverable, accept-all and uknown do not reject the email address and proceed with your work flow. Both accept-all and unknown emails could not be validated, so they may be valid email address.
  • If the request was not successful, do consider proceeding with your workflow.

Response Parameters

result[string]The verified results will be: deliverable, undeliverable, unknown, accept-all
message[string]Describes API result
email[email]The email that was verified.
user[string]The user part of the provided email address.
domain[string]The domain of the provided email address.
accept_all[Integer]Remote host accepts mail at any address.
role[0, 1]Whether the email is considered a role address. (e.g. "sales@, info@, help@, etc.)
free_email[0, 1]Whether the email is hosted by a free email provider like Gmail, Yahoo!, Hotmail etc..
disposable[0, 1]Whether this is a temporary email.
spamtrap[0, 1]Is this a honeytrap email
success[true, false]Whether the API request call was successful or not.

Other Responses

The response you get when the API key is invalid:

HTTP/1.1 401 Unauthorized
   "result":"Invalid API Key"

The response you get when your credits have been used:

HTTP/1.1 402 Payment Required
   "result":"Insufficient verification credits"

The response you get when your call rate is high (more than 120 concurrent calls):

HTTP/ 429 Too Many Requests
   "result":"Too many requests"
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