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Deepak Kulkarni on 24 Jun 2019 at 06:12
Hi Jon, Here are few inputs from my side...

1. Score means, quality of email accessed by your email validator. Higher score means higher quality.

2. Free means these are free emails like yahoo, gmail, hotmail etc. As there are paid email services for corporate like paid gmail.

3. From Google Catchall means, "A catch-all email account is an address that is specified to receive all messages that are addressed to an incorrect email address for a domain. For example, you have three email addresses set up for coolexample.com; info@coolexample.com, sales@coolexample.com, and webmaster@coolexample.com, you can set up info@coolexample.com as a catch-all email account. Then, any email messages sent to manager@coolexample.com (or any other invalid email address), are sent to the catch-all account (info@coolexample.com)."

Thank you Deepak.

I appreciate your help there.

Posted 24 Jun at 09:27
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Uncle Dimitry on 09 Jun 2019 at 21:59
"drammatic changes seem to scare the s**t out of people"

Hahahahaha.

Yes they do.

:-)

Posted 19 Jun at 20:02
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I just ran my first set of emails that I obtained from a Udimi campaign through the list checker/validator.

I'm not sure what each detail of the results means.

Is there a Key/Legend anywhere? Or a tutorial?

Specifically:

1) What does the "score" mean? How is it calculated?

Of course I know in general what a "score" is, but I need some more understanding of it to make any use of that info.

2) What does the badge that says "free" mean? (Screenshot: https://jon.d.pr/olJAl8)

3) Another symbol in the same location looks like a stack of papers. When I hover over it it says "catchall." What does that mean? (Screenshot: https://jon.d.pr/scGF5a)

Anybody know of a tutorial or help article that explains all this?

I am not completely without intuition here, but I really want to read a guide about each thing so I can make the best sense of this information.





Posted 18 Jun at 22:27
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I am motivated to pick "no mobile" for my campaigns partly because of my own behavior with my smart phone.

I never sign up for anything or buy anything on my smart phone.

(I do not own a tablet)

If I see an email on my smart phone that interests me, the only way I'll do anything about it is if I remember to look at it later on my laptop (which I may or may not remember to do that).

There MUST be some percentage of people out there like me. :-)

When I am presenting a business/money-making opportunity I don't really want to talk to someone who is on there phone. :-)

Tablets are another matter. My wife ONLY checks her emails on a tablet!

She does not own a smart phone.

Too bad there isn't a way to separate between tablets and phones.

It is the phones that I am trying to avoid.











Posted 18 Jun at 16:46
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