Enable checking Internet connection (DNS servers, SMTP Port) before processing.
HELO DOMAIN and MAIL FROM
When you verify an email, the recipient's SMTP server asks for your domain name. It is recommended to use your own existing domain, otherwise
with advanced levels of security may refuse verification. The email address
in the "MAIL FROM" line should also be valid, otherwise some mail servers may refuse
Dont check Good Emails, Dont check Bad Emails
Disabling the re-check of Good/Bad email addresses for some time. This is useful when rescanning or continuing to check the email list
Skip Email Addresses with domains blocked in current session
Program remembers mail servers which refused connection from your IP / email
address and skip other addresses from this server.
"Save log for Good emails" - buy default disabled to save database file size.
"Bonus skins" - Load additional software skins on startup
Press "Test" button to test current SMTP connection.
Direct (TCP Port 25) by default
Socks Proxy (4/4a/5) (Professional Edition Only)
Webscript (Professional Edition Only, default script is for demo only)
Software works like mail server in this mode and additional configuration is required or verification results will be unreliable and your ip address can be blacklisted.
Some of ISP are blocking the SMTP port (25), meaning that you can not connect
to any mail server and verify email addresses. In this case you have to use the external
Socks Proxy Server, VPN server or Webscript.
Configure Socks Proxy Server on "SOCKS Proxy" Page. We draw
your attention that you should use just SOCKS (4/4a/5) proxy server, not HTTP proxy
server, which is usually used in Internet Explorer.
Software will check emails with help of php script uploaded to your web hosting
Max Threads: 20.. 200
Depend on PC performance and internet connection speed.
128 Kb/s: 20
256 Kb/s: 40
512 Kb/s: 100
1024 Kb/s: 200
Timeout: 30..120 seconds (default = 30 seconds)
Recommended to increase timeout if you have "bad' internet connection or receive many "Timeout" errors
Threads per mail server:
Some SMTP servers detect multiply parallel connections from the same IP address
and reject them. Raising this value will speed up processing, but you can get many
false "Bad" results.
There are some SMTP servers configured to receive messages for not-existed accounts,
so you cannot check emails from such domains. So, to speed up the checking
process (do not waste time for checking such email addresses because they will be
marked as "Good" anyway), you can simply set the rule: all the email addresses for
this domain are valid