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    Definition of Hard/Soft Bounceback

    Thanks, my port is blocked. OK will look for additional ways of getting out, then. Thanks!
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    Definition of Hard/Soft Bounceback

    Thanks - I guess due to the lack of standard SMTP protocol, there is no way "surefire" way to categorize these emails. I just tried the trial version, and pasted a list of about 60 emails. On every single one of them, except for @yahoo.com, it returned a "No response" under the Server...
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    Definition of Hard/Soft Bounceback

    I just found the page definition of hard/soft, but do you have the list of bounceback reasons that Email Verifier uses to categorize by Hard/Soft, like the sample you provided at: http://pobox.com/bounce-common.mhtml
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    Definition of Hard/Soft Bounceback

    Thanks. I'm just curious as to how "good" the results are, in regards to the types of bounce back reasons would be categorized. I suppose there is no way to custom-define which reasons should be categorized to which grouping, is there?
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    Definition of Hard/Soft Bounceback

    I just found the page definition of hard/soft, but do you have the list of bounceback reasons that Email Verifier uses to categorize by Hard/Soft, like the sample you provided at: http://pobox.com/bounce-common.mhtml
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    Definition of Hard/Soft Bounceback

    I haven't used your product yet, but I'm really interested in using it sort out my mailing lists. We send out literally thousands of emails weekly, and are not able to process the invalid email addresses. My question is: How does Email Verifier categorize a bounceback as Hard or Soft...
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