E107 check remote servers when validating email addresses

A Confidence Factor is our proprietary score which rates the chances of successfully delivering email securely (e.g. This proprietary score rates what we feel are the chances that an email sent to the tested address right now would go securely. It takes into account the order and strength of each Mail e Xchanger (MX) listed for the recipient's domain, and the strength, precision, and validity of the recipient's SSL certificates.This matrix lists, for each MX, the MX preference and the steps Test Receiver took in proofing the server.It was designed to test if email can be received securely, but because it continues testing even if TLS fails, it can also show the inner workings of non-TLS email servers. Does not tease out any information like the above Detail levels, nor does it show the Matrix or the Confidence Factor.When using Test Receiver "off-label", for example to verify email addresses or open up the inner workings of SMTP email conversations, the for this address. Note: this output is only useful for the most hard-core debugging, which should be using a packet analyzer instead.This code can be on the server and called on AJAX when user tabs out of the email field.

It measures only that TLS will be used to receive email; it does not consider whether or not the email address is valid. : This article is intended for use by System Administrators.If you are experiencing this issue and you are not a System Administrator, contact your organization’s Help Desk for assistance and refer them to this article.5) This is to supplement the standard email address javascript validation.With this free email validation service, you can easily verify an email address and confirm if it is valid, properly formatted and really exists. NET developers who need email address validation in their solutions.If you are experiencing this issue on any other platform, refer to the Additional Resources section for more options.

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