Tutorial: How to Use an API to Verify an Email Address with Python

Using an API for email verification involves sending a GET request to the API endpoint. Here's how you can do this using Python:

import requests

# specify the base url and parameters
base_url = 'https://api.ValidEmail.net/'
params = {
    'email': 'Email_Address',  # replace with the email you want to verify
    'token': 'YOUR_API_KEY'  # replace with your actual API key

# make the GET request
response = requests.get(base_url, params=params)

# handle the response
if response.status_code == 200:
    data = response.json()
    # Extract specific information from the response
    is_valid = data['IsValid']
    score = data['Score']
    email_state = data['State']
    reason = data['Reason']
    print(f"Email is valid: {is_valid}")
    print(f"Score: {score}")
    print(f"Email State: {email_state}")
    print(f"Reason: {reason}")
    # Extract additional information about the email
    additional_info = data['EmailAdditionalInfo']
    for info in additional_info:
        print(f"{info['Key']}: {info['Value']}")

    print(f"Request failed with status {response.status_code}")

Remember to replace 'Email_Address' and 'YOUR_API_KEY' with the actual email address you want to verify and your actual API key.

In this script, we first check if the request was successful by comparing response.status_code to 200. If the request was successful, we then parse the response data.