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Email enrichment is a data quality service that:
- Checks that the syntax of the email address is valid according to the definitions in RFC 5321 and RFC 5322. Email addresses where the local part contains quotes or the domain is an IP address are not considered valid. Although these addresses are officially allowed according to the RFC definitions, these types of email addresses are not used in practice.
- Checks whether email can be delivered to the domain of the email address over the public internet.
- Extract the components of the email address, including the local part or user and the domain. Extracting the domain of an email address can be useful, for example, in determining the organization for which a person works.
The input dataset for this enricher must include an attribute that stores email values.
The following attributes are provided by this enricher.
|Output Attribute Name||Description|
|enriched_email_success||Whether the enricher successfully enriched the email data for this record (true/false).|
|enriched_email_valid_syntax||Whether the syntax is valid (true/false).|
|enriched_email_domain_deliverable||If the email syntax is valid, indicates whether email can be delivered to
the domain (true/false). Blank if the syntax is invalid.
If a timeout is reached before domain deliverability is determined, the value is "Unknown".
|enriched_email_user||The user or local part of the email address. Blank if the syntax is invalid.|
|enriched_email_domain||The domain of the email address. Blank if the syntax is invalid.|
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