Find IP Address Company Brings out Free Services to Lookup and Check Emails
05/31/2011 recently put up their offering of two innovative tools - the Email Checker and Email lookup utilities.

Online PR News – 31-May-2011 – – recently put up their offering of two innovative tools - the Email Checker and Email lookup utilities. The information age has made it possible to connect with people wherever they are in the world and email is the easiest way to do this. This dependence on email makes it even more essential to come up with email verification software so that the gigabytes of data being transferred between people remains secure. The Email Checker protects email addresses and accounts from spam by enabling users to test email and also verify and track anyone who send them email spam using a fake email address. It connects to the SMTP server (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol server) to verify the validity and existence of the specific email address in question through a well-defined and error-free test and look up process. What is unique about this tool is that it is non-invasive and can investigate email addresses on a system level that does not alert the owner to the ongoing trace.

This utility is a free service on the website The Email Lookup tool is used to check and test email and it enables the user to test, check, verify and find any email address by entering it into the search field that is integrated into the website. To date, the system has successfully returned either a ‘dead’ or ‘alive’ result for 95% of email addresses queried. The tool is really useful especially in the case of webmasters who need to check email addresses for their mailing lists.

The company gives several tips on protecting email accounts free of spam and malware - avoid opening email attachments from unknown addresses and avoid opening emails in the spam folder as much as possible. They also suggest avoiding the use of web browsers for Usenet newsgroup reading and emails as these sites are not secure enough. They also advise people to post to blogs, forums, and social networking sites using a false email address and a fake user name. Email headers are useful sources of information because they contain descriptors of its origin as well as the sequence undergone from the sender to the recipient.