Developers usually have no problem finding invalid and valid addresses to test with their implementations of BriteVerify. But for less-frequently encountered statuses, this has been a little bit more difficult.

So we have just created two new addresses (and domains): - will always verify as UNKNOWN
[tests against this address (and domain) will be free!] - will always verify as ACCEPT_ALL [WARNING: tests against this domain will incur normal usage costs]

If you require unique addresses with these statuses to test, note that you can actually use any username for the username portion of the address - like "" or ""

For more information about all of BriteVerify's email verification statuses please visit

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