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eMail Verifier 3.7 (January 17, 2017)
eMail Verifier now supports Hi-DPI/Retina screen mode. All toolbar and control buttons have been replaced by Hi-DPI/Retina grey icons. Much faster list imports, reset, verifying start, stop and cancellation. Much faster list select-all and delete-all. Fix: Crash when using the 'File > Print' and 'File > Page Setup' menus on macOS 10.12 (Sierra). Fix: The application no longer stops after a while on medium and large lists. Fix: Documents not recognizing eMail Verifier as the appropriate viewer/editor.

A new 'Help > What's new' menu let's the user read the version history from newer to older. AppNap and System Idle Sleep mode are now automatically deactivated during deliveries (Mac Only). AppNap and System Idle Sleep mode are now automatically deactivated when loading/importing/exporting/processing lists. (Mac Only). The application no longer depends on any Carbon libraries on Mac OS X, Cocoa only. eMail Verifier now uses new high resolution application and document icons. The Windows installer is now signed with a sha-256 certificate for Windows 10 compatibility. Manual is now available online thru the 'Help > eMail Extractor Help' menu.

The application now comes with the App Nap feature disabled on Mac OS 10.9 (Maverick). Fix: Maverick (10.9) small fixes.

Fix: The result data, 'count' and 'ratio' no longer shows out of bounds values. Fix: Some Toolbar buttons wrongly disabled during verifying process.

Fix: Several Mountain Lion fixes. Fix: Several interface aesthetic fixes.

Testing comments can now be saved along with the results. Comments are eMail Verifier evaluations. When exporting results selecting the fields (custom export), columns headers are now included in the output file. It is now possible to set the field separator when saving results to create tab delimited or CSV files. PowerPC support has been dropped. The application is now Intel Only. As result the application size has been reduced by half. Fix: A new window is now opened when double-clicking on the application Finder icon or clicking on the Dock icon (Mac Only).


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