To call our API and to get a response, you'll need:
A license to use the product.
Haven't got a license? Talk to your account manager or contact support to get it.
Your token. This confirms you are licensed to use Email Validation and authenticates each request you send to the API. The token must be entered in the request header, along with the Auth-Token parameter, e.g.
To check if your token is working correctly, you need to test it, by sending an API request. If you get a response code of 403, check out My token.
Secure your integration
We strongly recommend that you secure your integration of the API to prevent malicious use. You can do this by securing your token on the Self Service Portal.
Find out more about the steps you can take to secure your token.
To make your first call, you'll also want to have to hand:
An email address you want to validate.
A tool that allows you to make API calls – we recommend Postman.