Integration spotlight: Hunter

Overview

Need to find an email address? Or maybe you need to make sure that the one you have is actually the right one? In that case, look no further than our Hunter integration.

Pricing and limitations

Each function execution costs $0.01 and you can make up to 300 executions per minute.

Functions

Function Description
COUNT_EMAILS_HUNTER Get the number of email addresses under a domain.
FIND_EMAIL_HUNTER Get the email address of a person.
SEARCH_DOMAIN_HUNTER Get a company’s domain or email addresses of a department.
VERIFY_EMAIL_HUNTER Verify the deliverability of an email address.

COUNT_EMAILS_HUNTER

Use COUNT_EMAILS_HUNTER to get the number of email addresses, along with their categories, under a given domain. To quickly get the count, just use the Email count recommended row.

Syntax

COUNT_EMAILS_HUNTER(domain)

Parameter Mandatory Description
domain Yes The company’s domain name. For example: "feedzai.com". You can use a company name instead, but it’s less accurate.

Examples

To get the number of emails, and their categories, available under the stripe.com domain:

=COUNT_EMAILS_HUNTER("stripe.com")

Count emails example

FIND_EMAIL_HUNTER

Use FIND_EMAIL_HUNTER to get the email address of a person as well as the delivery confidence score and other metadata. You can quickly get the email address and confidence score by using the Email address and confidence score recommended row.

Syntax

FIND_EMAIL_HUNTER(domain, first_name, p3)

Parameter Mandatory Description
domain Yes The company domain name for which you want to return email addresses. For example: "stripe.com". You can send a company name instead, but it’s less accurate.
first_name Yes The person’s first name. For example: "John".
last_name Yes The person’s last name. For example: "Doe".

Examples

To get the email address of Jeff Bezos at amazon.com:

=FIND_EMAIL_HUNTER("amazon.com","Jeff","Bezos")

Find email example

SEARCH_DOMAIN_HUNTER

Use SEARCH_DOMAIN_HUNTER to get up to 10 email addresses under a domain. You can further specify the emails to get by defining the department or the person’s seniority in the company.
To get all the returned emails, confidence scores, names, and roles quickly, just use the Emails recommended table.

Syntax

SEARCH_DOMAIN_HUNTER(domain, [department], [seniority])

Parameter Mandatory Description
domain Yes The domain name. For example: "stripe.com". You can send a company name instead, but it’s less accurate.
department No One or more departments to get email addresses for. If blank, it searches the whole company. Choose between:
- "executive"
- "it"
- "finance"
- "management"
- "sales"
- "legal"
- "support"
- "hr"
- "marketing"
- "communication" Separate each department with a comma. For example: "executive,it".
seniority No One or more seniority levels to get email addresses for. If blank, returns all seniority levels. Choose between:
- "junior"
- "senior"
- "executive"Separate each seniority level with a comma. For example: "senior,executive".

Examples

To get the top 10 email address for amazon.com:

=SEARCH_DOMAIN_HUNTER("amazon.com")

To get the top 10 email address for people in the management department at amazon.com that are senior:

=SEARCH_DOMAIN_HUNTER("amazon.com","management","senior")

Search domain example

VERIFY_EMAIL_HUNTER

Use VERIFY_EMAIL_HUNTER to verify email addresses and get their confidence score. And to do all that with one click, use our Verification status and confidence score recommended row.

Syntax

VERIFY_EMAIL_HUNTER(email)

Parameter Mandatory Description
email Yes The email address to verify. For example: "john@doe.com" .

Examples

To verify Tim Cook’s email, tcook@apple.com:

=VERIFY_EMAIL_HUNTER("tcook@apple.com")

Verify email example

Summary

Now you should never have a problem in finding the right email address to contact. We use the Hunter integration in a lot of our templates to make sure that you get the right contact information for a person. Check them out:

Well then, I guess there’s nothing more to say but, verify those builds :rocket:!