| 2:41 pm on Aug 28, 2000 (gmt 0)|
Not exactly what you asked for but might be worth a look;
Advanced E-mail Verifier [glocksoft.com]
| 7:55 pm on Sep 22, 2000 (gmt 0)|
[url changed -sorry, no affiliate coding --RCJ]
| 5:22 pm on Sep 25, 2000 (gmt 0)|
I am doing mine with a perl script Oil, but it fails so much that it is next to useless. I had 1k bounces after the last quarterly and it took two days to clean up. The problem is finding one that can recognize all the variations in bounces. I can't get a perl script to parse through all those variations.
I think this next time, I am going send the letters with the senders address printed at the very bottom of every email (subscribed under firstname.lastname@example.org). That way a script can pick right up on it.
| 5:42 pm on Sep 25, 2000 (gmt 0)|
sounds like a pretty sweet idea. Our guys here use a 'built inhouse' email manager. It works good but I don't know if it has the flexibility to append the emails like that.
That's what you get in a software company alot of the time. These guys would rather spend a week building something that is, 4 out 5 times, less useful than what we could have bought for a couple hundred bucks. But when they get that 1 out of 5 solution they're pretty cool - I must admit.
| 11:45 am on Oct 10, 2000 (gmt 0)|
Many of the commercial mass mailers can do the tag on the end. Mine really can't at this point because I use BCC for 20 addresses at a pop. It is much easier to 1500 emails than 30k.
| 1:44 pm on Oct 11, 2000 (gmt 0)|
Here [chrisknight.com] is another email verification tool. The source is freely available so I am sure it could be easily worked into an mass mailing script.