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

News

07.06.2024

Expanded NameAPI Database for Company Legal Forms

We've expanded our NameAPI database to include a comprehensive list of company legal forms from...


27.05.2024

Software Version 10.3.0 Deployed

We are pleased to announce the deployment of Software Version 10.3.0, bringing significant...


17.05.2024

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

Sri Lanka, an island nation nestled in the Indian Ocean, captivates with its diverse landscapes,...


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

Bosnia and Herzegovina stands out in Europe for its remarkable diversity, being a country where...


   

Email Domain Type Classifier

       
DetectsClassifies the domain name of an email address as FREEMAIL, ORGANIZATION etc.
            
[email protected] uses a FREEMAIL domain.
[email protected] uses an ORGANIZATION domain.
            
Note that there is not always a clear line between domain types. Especially FREEMAIL and ISP are blurry; freemail providers often offer extended paid packages, while internet service providers sometimes often a basic free email account.    
               
(no example in the browser as of now)

   

Input

       
A syntactically valid email address.
An invalid input exception is thrown if the address does not look like an email address.
       

   

Output

       

Trash domains such as mailinator.com.

Freemail providers such as yahoo.com.

Internet service providers such as aol.com.

Businesses, universities etc. such as google.com.

Non-commercial private domains from individuals.

Reserved domain names serving as examples in documentation, such as example.com.

Unclassified as of now.