If you are uploading email lists using a Verify Email List API, you might want to delete the lists once those lists are verified and its verification reports are downloaded. Using the Delete API, you can delete your lists directly from your application without having to logging into your QuickEmailVerification account. Thus, the Delete API comes in handy for developers when they want to set complete automation for their bulk email verification workflow.

You can delete any job which has been uploaded using a Verify Email List API. But please bear in mind that if the job is currently being processed, it cannot be deleted. Also, Jobs uploaded manually using the Upload Email List feature cannot be deleted using the Delete API.

According to our data retention policy, any files not deleted by the user will be automatically and permanently deleted at the end of 90 (Ninety) days from the date of upload.

API endpoint

GET https://api.quickemailverification.com/v1/bulk-verify/delete/{job_id}

Request parameters

The below given parameter is required for this API endpoint. Along with the apikey query string parameter, id is passed as the path parameter to this API. This id is returned when the email list is uploaded to QuickEmailVerification using Verify Email List.

apikeystringRequiredYour secret API key

Example request and response

Using a job ID, you can call the Delete job API like following

curl --get --include "https://api.quickemailverification.com/v1/bulk-verify/delete/7138f61de8da380c345374c08bd64599?apikey=94msdf823ns8234fdm23004m380234s242i9smkm234s0934m23402342901"

Which may yield response like below :

    "id": "7138f61de8da380c345374c08bd64599",
    "success": true,
    "message": "Job Deleted Successfully!"

When a request does not result in a successful response, the message field can help you find the cause of the issue. We recommend you also check the HTTP response of the request. It contains important information about the success of the API request. You can check Kick Start with Email Verification API to learn more about the different HTTP response an API can return.