The e-mail verification is an approach when doing some online activities. However it may sound simple, it has different meaning depending on the nature of action taken on the Internet. But regardless of its meaning, the e-mail verification serves as an extra security on the part of the e-mail account holder. It verifies that indeed, it is the real (true) account holder that executed the action (subscribing for a newsletter or posting a comment on a blog). Like the word itself, the verification e-mail verifies its existence.
How to Set Up an E-mail Verification Per E-mail Account
Once the page loads, the list containing each e-mail accounts created will be shown. There will be a table with three columns containing the data such as below:
To set up the e-mail verification, click the link found on the Function column, and the button on Enable. A message will appear indicating that the BoxTrapper has already been enabled on a particular e-mail address (address will be cited, too).
Click the link on Go Back, and after the page appears on the screen, there will be five choices to select. These are (not in a particular order):
Why Set Up an e-mail Verification
E-mail verification is very important even for personal use (Many businesses use this mode). There are many reasons why an e-mail is not instantly sent to its recipient. A few of these are that the sender may not have actually sent the e-mail, the e-mail address is no longer existing (the business may have ceased operating), and a particular server is unable to deliver adequate service.
There are many ways and tools which help in e-mail verification. There is only one simple but important reason for this process, and that is to verify that the e-mail address used is indeed, existing. But of all the tools available, the e-mail approach is the most convenient and easiest to operate.