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Quality Score Fields

 

Email

The email quality score calculated from the email address.

0 = empty, nonsense
1 = invalid format
2 = invalid top-level domain (com, org, uk, fr etc.)
5 = generic username (sales, support, postmaster etc.)
6 = username doesn’t match the firstname & lastname from the Input fields
7 = webmail domain (eg. Hotmail.com, mail.com) if WebmailFiltering is enabled
9 = neither of the above apply

Name

The name quality is calculated according to which name elements have been specified, or parsed from the addressee

0 = empty or nonsense
1 = no surname
2 = surname only
3 = initial + surname
4 = prefix + surname
5 = prefix + initial + surname
6 = unrecognised firstname + surname
7 = firstname + surname
8 = firstname + middlename(s) + surname
9 = prefix + firstname + surname
10 = prefix + firsname + middlename(s) + surname

Address

The address quality score calculated from the address lines and fields. 
*as a note, these scores are more focused for UK addresses, we would suggest using the address validation to measure the quality of non UK addresses.

0 = empty or nonsense
1 = no town and/or street
2 = no postcode if Settings.Generate.Quality.Address.AllowBlankPostcode is disabled
3 = no town and no postcode
4 = no street but postcode
5 = no town but postcode

*otherwise score1 for region plus 2 for each street, town, and postcode (maximum of 7).

 

 

 

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