Introduction to ZeroBounce
Delivering emails inside the client's primary inbox is a hard task as it relies upon various elements, including maintaining a good server reputation. To maintain your server reputation it is important to send good quality emails to your client and keep your bounce rate as low as possible. To reduce the chances of bounced emails, Groundhogg provides double opt-in forms and email statuses based on a user's preferences for emails.
To make it more secure, Groundhogg introduces the ZeroBounce extension. ZeroBounce is an email validation service that is committed to e-mail bounce detection, email abuse, spam trap detection, email data append and advanced securities. It is used to increases the deliverability rates of your emails.
You can connect Groundhogg with ZeroBounce using the new ZeroBounce integration. To get this extension, visit the official Groundhogg site and browse available extensions. Once you have successfully installed this extension you will be able to validate emails using Zero bounce API. But before you start validating you need to enter your
ZeroBounce API key in the Groundhogg
Once you have successfully configured ZeroBounce, it will validate every new contact when it gets created irrespective of how the contact is created. The validation process adds the custom meta in the contact list with the status of the contact's email address validation results, as well as marks contact as spam if the contacts email address is invalid.
Apart from that, ZeroBounce provides functionality to revalidate contact by accessing the contacts Action area. This action revalidates the contact staus in case it changes.
Groundhogg's ZeroBounce also provides the functionality to validate all the existing contact using the bulk job action. To validate existing contacts go to
Groundhogg>Tools and look for the
ZeroBounce tab. From this tab, you can validate all the existing contact in your contact list.