This article covers 3 methods on how you may verify lists with your Mailjet account.

Note to first time users: In order to utilize any of the methods outlined, Mailjet requires that the BriteVerify app is authenticated. BriteVerify will prompt you with the following dialog when it needs access. Enter your login info and the verification will proceed. You only need to do this once. 

AUTHENTICATE

[To authenticate, go to your Mailjet Account and select API keys. The API key and Secret API key associated with your account are listed there.]

 

METHOD #1

VERIFYING EXISTING EMAIL LISTS

STEP 1

You can verify existing lists in Mailjet right from the BriteVerify app.

Once you're logged into BriteVerify, click the blue Verify List button at the top right. A dropdown menu will offer a list of services you can import from.

Choose Mailjet.

STEP 2

A new dialog will appear with several options. 

In the first menu you have access to your Mailjet lists. Choose the one you want to verify and it will display an estimated cost.

Another user input required at this stage is to determine if Risky emails should be eliminated from the final list. Risky emails include Unknown and Accept_all category emails and are preferred to be removed as they can dilute a marketing campaign’s overall performance. 

You also have a choice of removing emails that have had no activity – neither opened nor clicked for a given period of time.

Article: What Are Risky Emails?

Next choose File as your Export Destination. Once the verification is complete the cleaned list will be transferred directly to your Mailjet account.

Click Verify List to begin the verification.

STEP 3

Once the verification is complete a summary of the results will be displayed and the clean list will start transferring to Mailjet. Depending on the connection this may take a few minutes but no further action is required on your part.  From here you can click View Details to see a detailed breakdown of the list verification.

There are various download options under each category for easy access.

Use the grey trash can button in the top right to delete the file. Deleting the list from BriteVerify will not delete the list from your Mailjet account. That's it! Your Mailjet list is now available to use in your next campaign.

 


METHOD #2

ONBOARDING A NEW EMAIL LIST

STEP 1

Save the new list as a .CSV or .TXT formatted file. 

Upload the list to BriteVerify by dragging the file into the List panel or clicking Verify List and selecting Computer.

Once you locate and select your file it will upload and prep for verification. 

STEP 2

There are a few options to choose in the dialog that appears next. The estimated cost is displayed based on the total number of emails.

The first user input required at this stage is to determine if Risky emails should be eliminated from the final list. Risky emails include Unknown and Accept_all category emails and are preferred to be removed as they can dilute a marketing campaign’s overall performance. Simply enable the radio button. 

Article: What Are Risky Emails?

You will need to provide the name for the list to be given once it is transferred to the Mailjet account.

Choose Export to Mailjet as your export destination. 

Click the Verify List button to begin the verification process.

 
STEP 3

Once the verification is complete a summary of the results will be displayed and the clean list will start transferring to Mailjet and no further action is needed on your part. Depending on the connection this may take a few minutes to complete.  From here you can click View Details to see a detailed breakdown of the list verification.

There are various download options under each category for easy access.

Use the grey trash can button in the top right to delete the file. Deleting the list from BriteVerify will not delete the list from your Mailjet account. That's it! Your new list is now available to use in your Mailjet campaign.

 


METHOD #3

MIGRATING AN EMAIL LIST FROM ANOTHER EMAIL SERVICE PROVIDER

STEP 1

In BriteVerify, click the blue Verify List button.

Select the ESP where the list is currently hosted. If you have not linked BriteVerify with the service then you will be prompted to do so.

STEP 2

On the next screen. A dropdown menu of your lists from the original location will load for you to select from. Pick the list you want to migrate. Once it is loaded a cost estimate will be displayed.

Another user input required at this stage is to determine if Risky emails should be eliminated from the final list. Risky emails include Unknown and Accept_All category emails and are preferred to be removed as they can dilute a marketing campaign’s overall performance. 

You also have a choice of removing emails that have had no activity – neither opened nor clicked for a given period of time if that option is available with the ESP selected.

Article: What Are Risky Emails?

 Next you will select Mailjet as the Export Destination

Please enter a name for the list to be given once it is transferred to the Mailjet account.

Click the Verify List button to initiate the verification process.

STEP 3

Once the verification is complete a summary of the results will be displayed and the clean list will start transferring to Mailjet. Depending on the connection this may take a few minutes to complete.  From here you can click View Details to see a detailed breakdown of the file verification.

There are various download options under each category for easy access.

Use the grey trash can button in the top right to delete the file. Deleting the list from BriteVerify will not delete the list from your Mailjet account. That's it! Your migrated list is now available to use in your next Mailjet campaign.

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