NameAPI is a web API
to handle people's names
in your software.

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07.06.2024

Expanded NameAPI Database for Company Legal Forms

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27.05.2024

Software Version 10.3.0 Deployed

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17.05.2024

Sinhala Names: A Window into Sri Lanka’s Cultural Identity

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26.04.2024

Enhanced NameAPI Database

We've updated our NameAPI database to better handle names that include professions. We have added...


12.04.2024

Bosnian names: Echoes of Diversity and Heritage

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Disposable Email Address Detector


       
Detects disposable email addresses "DEA", also known as trash email addresses such as "[email protected]".
See also the Swagger specification.
            
Detects thousands of known dea domains.

It classifies those as disposable which operate as a time-limited, web based way of receiving emails, for example, sign up confirmations.

Essentially every email address may be of temporary use. Even freemail providers like yahoo and gmail offer [temporary] aliases. However, those are personal and may be in use for a longer period of time, and can often not be detected as such.    
               
GET
       
We have integrated Swagger directly into our API.
Visit https://api.nameapi.org/rest/swagger-ui/.

   

Input

       
A syntactically valid email address.
Example: "[email protected]"
An invalid input exception is thrown if the address does not look like an email address.
       
The api-key also known as user-id. Authentication and accounting is performed on the server for this key.
Example: "32d21gc5071d7463ef6064c07ea98cb2-user1"

   

Output

   
   
Possible values:

The email address is known to be disposable.

The email address is known to be not disposable.
This value is returned when the user/domain combination is known to be of another type, for example freemail or a business.

The domain has not been classified yet.
This value is returned for many domains, and in almost all cases it means that the address is not disposable.

         {
            "disposable" : "YES"
         }