Authenticate allows you to determine whether someone or something is, in fact, who or what it says it is.
Check if an email will deliver to an inbox using a third-party provider. An email will not be received in the target email address inbox. The input is a single email address. E.g.
|Email (Input)||Authentic||Domain||Local Part||Corporate||Disposable||Role Based|
Authenticate Email not only allows you to determine the authenticity of an email, but also allows you to ascertain certain attributes of an Email. E.g.
Domain Part: What part of the email is a domain?
Local Part: What is the local part of the email (also known as the prefix or the username)?
Corporate: Is the email corporate (does it belong to a corporation)?
Disposable: Is the email disposable?
Role Based: Is the email role-based?
Check if a telephone number will dial using a third-party provider. A call will not be made to the inputted telephone numbers. The input is a single telephone number along with its ISO 2 code. E.g.
|Phone Number (Input)||Country Identifier - ISO 2 Code (Input)||Authentic||Number Type||Country Identifier - ISO 3 Code||Dialling Code||National Format|
|+44(0)23 9298 8303||GB||TRUE||Landline||GBR||44||023 9298 8303|
|+1 312 253 7873||US||TRUE||VOIP||USA||1||(312) 253-7873|
Authenticate Phone not only allows you to determine the authenticity of a phone number, but also allows you to ascertain certain attributes of a Phone Number. E.g.
Number Type: What type of number is it? E.g. Landline, Mobile Phone, VOIP etc.
Country Identifier - ISO 3 Code: What is the 3-letter ISO 3 Code associated with the phone number?
Dialling Code: What is the dialling code associated with the phone number?
National Format: What is the correct national format of the phone number?