Validations

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  1. Support multiple API keys

    The v3 API allowed the use of a public API and a private API key. The v4 API only allows the use of the private API key. However, we do not want to disseminate our production private API key to the entire developer staff.

    With v3 we defaulted to the public API key to allow developers to work unencumbered while also protecting the more powerful private API key from potential abuse by only having it used in production deployment. No developer has access to production.

    The feature request is to either:
    1) make v4 API work like v3 API and…

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  2. Add email validation for the EU region

    Add email validation for the EU region

    5 votes
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  3. provide logs of validation requests

    I would like to view and query logs of previously processed validation requests and their results

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  4. Add an API entry point to check if an email belongs to a well-known temporary/disposable email provider

    Add an API entry point to check if an email belongs to a well-known temporary/disposable email provider.

    Currently, if we want to filter out disposable email address we have to monitor corresponding domain manually based on our rejection logs.

    Given its position, Mailgun has probably better ways to identify disposable email address domains -- either through manual monitoring of the disposable mail offering or by cross-compiling the rejection logs of its customers.

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