How to Check Email Address Exists
Give me a chance to share an amazingly basic system for checking if an Email Address Exists and not fake.
Go to the login page of the email administration and imagine that you no more recall the secret word of your email account. The administration will request your email address where they can send the secret word recuperation directions. Here on the off chance that you enter an Email Address Exists, the administration is basically prone to let you know that the specific client name does not exist. I have tried this with Google Apps, Yahoo Mail and Outlook (Hotmail) and the strategy works with all of them.
For Gmail and Google Apps Accounts
Go to Google’s password assistance page at google.com/accounts/recovery and, pick the I don’t have the foggiest idea about my watchword option. Enter the email address that you are attempting to confirm – it could be a @gmail address or a Google Apps address – and pick Continue. On the off chance that that address is not legitimate, Google will toss a blunder saying No record found with that email address.
Alternatively, you can go to the Gmail Sign-up page at accounts.google.com/SignUp and, have a go at making another Gmail account with the address that you are attempting to confirm. For substantial email address, the mistake would say Someone as of now has that username.
For Outlook, Hotmail and Live.com Addresses
Go to account.live.com/ResetPassword, pick the I forgot my password option and enter the Outlook email address. You will get a blunder saying The Microsoft record is off base. for addresses that don’t exist.
For Verifying Yahoo Email Addresses
Go to Yahoo’s account recovery page at edit.yahoo.com/forgot, enter the @yahoo.com email address that you are checking for legitimacy and snap the Next catch. Hurray will say We couldn’t coordinate the Yahoo ID you entered with data in our database if there is not Email Address Exists.