Getting up and running with CheckMail is incredibly simple:
Create a Free CheckMail Account
Start by setting up a free CheckMail account. Your free account comes with 50 free verification credits– more than enough to take CheckMail for a test drive, and confirm that it does everything you need it to do.
When you’re ready for more, visit the Billing -> Overview section of the CheckMail Portal, to add additional verification credits to your account.
Try the CheckMail email verification service now.
Verifying an Email List
Once you’ve created your account, you’ll be able to simple drag-and-drop a list of email addresses from the Verify -> Verify List section of the CheckMail portal. This will automatically start a verification process. You may import up to 50,000 email addresses per file.
Using the CheckMail API
The CheckMail API can be integrated directly into your applications to verify email addresses in real-time. Integrating the API requires only a few lines of code, and we currently have helper libraries for PHP, Ruby, Python, and Node.js to make it even easier. (Libraries for Java, .Net, and GO will be available soon.)
Develop using our sandbox API, which doesn’t use up any of your credits, and then easily switch to your production API token when you’re ready to go live.
Read-up on our terminology to get an good idea of all the data available from verification service, read more about our API and API libraries, and check out our help portal for answers to common questions.