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Pages:
  
1.Introduction
2.Getting Started
3.Working with Smart Email Verifier
 
E-mail Verification Session
Import Wizard
Editing
Finding/Searching for E-mails
Removing E-mail Addresses
Export Wizard
Configuring a Proxy Server
Command Line Parameters
4.Verification Process
5.Resources
 

Smart Email Verifier 3.51


Command Line Parameters

You can perform verification using command line parameters.  This allows you to work with Smart Email Verifier without actually launching the application.  This is extremely useful if you would like to script or automate verification, for instance using Windows batch files.  Verification process can be started even while you are working with other applications.  This feature is available only in the registered version of Smart Email Verifier.

You will probably have to type the complete path to the Smart Email Verifier program when using the command line.  For instance:

"C:\Program Files\DeskShare\ Smart Email Verifier \ Smart Email Verifier.exe" myname@my.domain.com

Verification results will be be displayed in the form of a CSV file created at the path where the application is installed.

Command Line Parameters for Verifying a Single E-mail

Use the following parameter to verify a single e-mail address for the ‘Syntax + Domain + SMTP’ level:

"Smart Email Verifier" <email address>

After the command has been run, a CSV file opens up and displays verification results under columns like E-mail Address, Location, Syntax Verification, Domain Verification, SMTP Server, SMTP Verification and the date and time of verification under the Last Verified column.

Command Line Parameters for Verifying Multiple E-mails

Syntax Verification:

To verify only the syntax for every e-mail address from a ‘source file’ and store the output to a 'output file' you must use the following command:

"Smart Email Verifier" /l 'Syntax' /s <source filename> /d <output filename>

The CSV file displays results under E-mail Address and Syntax Verification columns.

Syntax + Domain Verification:

Verify syntax and domain using the following command:

"Smart Email Verifier" /l 'Syntax+Domain' /s <source filename> /d <output filename>

A CSV file containing columns like E-mail Address, Location, Syntax Verification, Domain Verification and Last Verified displays the verification results.

Syntax + Domain + SMTP Verification:

For verifying e-mails at Syntax + Domain + SMTP levels the parameter to be used is:

"Smart Email Verifier" /l 'Syntax+Domain+SMTP' /s <source filename> /d <output filename>

A CSV file opens up and displays verification results under columns like E-mail Address, Location, Syntax Verification, Domain Verification, SMTP Server, SMTP Verification, and the date and time of verification under the Last Verified column.

Stopping Verification:

The process of verifying e-mails can be stopped by using the following parameter:

"Smart Email Verifier" stop

The verification process stops and the CSV file opens, displaying results of the verification completed till that time.

Consider First Line as Email Fields:

If you want the first line of the file you are importing to be treated as field names then use the following parameter:

"Smart Email Verifier" /l 'Syntax+Domain+SMTP' /s<source filename> /d <output filename> /f

Specify Name of Column to be Imported:

To specify the name of the column to be imported the command line parameter to be used is:

"Smart Email Verifier" /l 'Syntax+Domain+SMTP' /s<source filename> /d <output filename> /f /c <column name>



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