The Domain Search allows you to find emails from a domain, company name or website.

Type the domain name into the input box located in the dashboard. You can also enter the company name, and Hunter will provide a few possible domains you can select from.

Hunter will automatically find all the available email addresses associated with the domain and the following information, when available:

  • Full name

  • Job title

  • Telephone number

  • Twitter profile

  • LinkedIn profile

In addition to these contact details linked to a specific email at the company, Hunter will also return company-wide information, such as the description of the company, various social media links, the industry, domain name information, and the technologies the website uses.

Show sources for the emails found

All the emails found in the Domain Search are publicly sourced from the web. Click the arrow next to the number of available sources to expand them.

All links are active and they will lead you to the specific page where Hunter found the email, along with the date the email was found.


Apply filters to the emails found

To apply some filters to the results of a domain, start by clicking on the "Filters" option to open the filter options bar:

Email Type

You can filter the emails by their type (generic or personal) before or after processing a Domain Search. 

  • Generic email addresses are role-based email addresses, like contact@ or support@

  • Personal email addresses are the professional email addresses of the people inside the organization, like elonmusk@spacex.com.

Department

With the department filter you can find the emails associated with one or more departments in the organization.

Filter by available information

You can also filter the emails that come with a specific piece of information only. For instance, you can get only emails that come along with a phone number, position, or full name.


Find a specific person's email

The Domain Search also returns the most likely email pattern to identify a person. For example: {first}.{last}@domain.com. This pattern can help you guess the email address of someone you know works for this company.

After performing a Domain Search, it is possible to find the email of a specific person working at that company. Click on "Find by name" and enter the First and Last Name of the person you are looking for. The email will appear along with a confidence score and a possible list of sources if it was found publicly on the web.


The Confidence Score

Every email address in the Domain Search is provided with a Confidence Score. Each email address can show a colored dot or shield icon. The confidence score is calculated from various public data points we have available for the email, such as the number and quality of the public sources, any previous verification status, among other factors.

Emails with a confidence score of 90% or higher have a high chance of being fully deliverable although a high score does not guarantee a 100% fully deliverable email. 

Providing an accurate and updated confidence score is our first priority, although we suggest running the emails that are gathered through the Email Verifier. This will give you a full deliverability report on the emails.

Some emails have been already verified with our Email Verifier and you will see a shield icon next to them. If the shield is green, this means the email was verified as valid:


Export the email addresses found in CSV

Users who are using a Growth plan or above (Pro and Business) can export the emails found for a domain.

The CSV Export preview also indicates the number of Search requests it will require to download the results:

You can also save an email and the associated contact information to a list of leads.

The contact will automatically be added to the selected list of leads that you can see in your Leads manager at the bottom left of your screen.

You can later manage your leads, use them in Campaigns, or export them to a CSV file. Find out more about the Leads functionality here.

Finally, you can copy a single email address by clicking on it:

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