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   Last updated: July 24, 2012

 

 

 

 

 

iVerify

 

Mac software iVerify

 

Description:

 

iVerify allows the user to check the credibility of two types of Internet addresses: e-mail addresses and URLs.  Although it is impossible for any application to find out whether or not a given e-mail address exists with certainty, iVerify does its best in checking credibility by finding out whether or not a domain registration can be found for the given e-mail address and whether or not it points to mail servers.  You can also use iVerify to find out if a given URL is accessible.

Please note that iVerify is not capable of verifying whether or not a given e-mail address exists.  It is impossible for iVerify or any application to see whether or not there exists a particular username for the selected e-mail domain.

 

 


 

Features:

 

  • Check the credibility of individual e-mail addresses (checking domain names and mail servers) quickly.
  • Check the credibility of individual URLs quickly.
  • Batch-validate any number of e-mail addresses (checking domain names and mail servers) at a time.
  • Batch-validate any number of URLs at a time.
  • Save and open e-mail lists as files.
  • Save and open URL lists as file.

 


 

Uses:

 

If you host one or more web sites, you never know when you accidentally delete files.  Perhaps, you want to create a list of URLs where you host important files.  With iVerify, you can save a list as a file, which you can open by choosing Open > File.

 

Mac software iVerify

 

 

Now that you have a list of URLs to verify, it'll be just the matter of clicking on Verify.  If you have a dozen URLs, it'll take iVerify just several seconds to validate all.

 

 

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Screenshots:

 

Mac software iVerify

Quickly validating an individual e-mail address

 

Mac software iVerify

Quickly validating an individual URL
     

Mac software iVerify

Batch-validating a list of e-mail addresses

 

Mac software iVerify

Saving an e-mail list as a file

     

Mac software iVerify

Opening an existing e-mail list file

 

Mac software iVerify

Saving a URL list as a file

     

Mac software iVerify

Batch-validating a list of URLs

 

Mac software iVerify

Batch-validating a list of URLs

 

 


 

Trial version:

 

A demo/trial version is available.

 

  • Click on the button to download a demo/trial version of iVerify for Mac OS X 10.6/10.7.  Mac video tutorials

 



 

System requirements:

 

  • Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7 or 10.8 with Intel Mac (Intel Mac) only

 

 


 

Purchasing iVerify license:

 

 

Purchasing a single license of iVerify

 

Mac App Store

Available at Mac App Store only asiVerify

 

日本国に在住の方はこのソフトは購入することができません。

 

 

 


 

Version History:

 

1.2.0 to 1.3.0 (December 27, 2011)

  1. The user can now export the e-mail list under eVerify and the URL list under uVerify as text files.  Click here for more information.
  2. Fix: When the user resized the window under eVerify and uVerify, the Edit button would be left out at the default location.
  3. Change: The window frame is set to Documents with no background color.
  4. A few other minor fixes are done.

    We will submit this software update in December 29th as Mac App Store's iTunes Connect is closed for holidays.  Please note that it may take Mac App Store several days to weeks or even a few months to approve this update.  It is also possible that they may never accept it.

 

1.1.0 to 1.2.0 (November 22, 2011)

  1. Under eVerify and uVerify, choosing File > Open Text, the user can now open a text file containing e-mail addresses for eVerify or URLs for uVerify.  Click here for more information on how to read Microsoft Excel workbook.
  2. A few other minor changes are made.

    Please note that it may take Mac App Store several days to weeks or even a few months to approve this update.  It is also possible that they may never accept it.

 

1.0.0 to 1.1.0 (August 27, 2011)

  1. The user can open a saved file (.ivy) on Home by choosing File > Open. If it's an address file for eVerify, the window will automatically switch to eVerify. Likewise, if the saved file contains data for uVerify, the window will automatically switch to uVerify.
  2. Similarly, double-clicking on an application file, the user can open it.
  3. The way the user can enter e-mail addresses under eVerify and URLs under uVerify is simplified.
  4. When the user switches between windows (Home, eVerify, uVerify), the listbox of eVerify or uVerify will be automatically filled with the last addresses the user had.
  5. A set of measures is taken to prevent the application from crashing when the user switches windows under Mac OS X Lion.
  6. Numerious other minor changes and fixes are done.

 

iVerify is a product of MacHouse.