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Email Checker Lets You Quickly Verify Fake or Invalid Email Addresses

Email Checker is a simple tool for checking and verifying whether the email address you received on your mailbox is valid (format or syntax) and really existing on the corresponding email server. Verifying fake email address can save you lot of troubles that usually coming from spammers and its associated risks such as personal data theft, etc.

There are several web services and Windows own tool Telnet service to detect fake or invalid email address. Email Checker is quite simple to use and it lets you know whether the email id is valid or fake and gives description and interaction between Email Checker and email server.

To test an email address identity, just input or paste the email address and press Enter, the result (OK/Bad) will show instantly.

Email Checker Basic is a free tool and works on Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8. Interested users can download it from developer’s website here.


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