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Program Settings

 

Check Syntax: If checked then the program will perform syntax checking for each email ID collected. If this checking ID marks an email ID as invalid then that ID is 100% invalid. But if this method marks an email ID as Valid then that ID may be Valid Or Invalid. So this checking method is not 100% reliable but effective in some cases.

 

Check MX Lookup: If checked then the program will check the mail server addresses for each email ID. If mail server exists then the program marks the ID as Valid. Otherwise Invalid. This method is not 100% reliable also. But this is a good method to remove spammy and 100% invalid email ID. It is more powerful then Check Syntax method and marks many Invalid ID.

 

100% Verification: This is the most reliable method for performing verification. This method check whether the email ID really exists in server database or not. To perform this method your port number 25 must be open. Otherwise this method will fail to perform. If you check to use this method then Valid Email Collector will check whether your port number 25 is really open or not. If not then you can use our server to perform 100% verification. Buy verification server subscription and you will get a subscription code. You need to enter that code in subscription code field. Enjoy our unique service.

 

Max Response Size: The maximum HTTP response size allowed. The spider will automatically fail any pages larger than this size. The default value is 150 kilo bytes.

 

Max Response Time: The maximum response time to get the webpage. The default value is 30 Secs. Increase this value if you have multiple collection console running at the same time with different commands. You can also increase this if you have a low internet connection available.

 

Use Cache: If checked the program will check it's cache directory for the page first. If found then it will use this page from it's own database. So the whole scanning process will be faster. If not found then the program will get the page from the web.

 

Update Cache: If checked then the program will save all scanned pages in it's directory database. It will increase the scanning time a little.

 

Avoid Pattern: If you want to avoid some specific pattern from a URL then mention here. You must enter a single patter in a line. If this pattern found in URL then the program will avoid scanning that URL.

 

Avoid External Pattern: The program will exclude all outbound URL matching the pattern mentioned here. Enter a single pattern in a single line.

 

Must Have Pattern: Mention pattern here that must present in URL.