Start Your Name-Based Email Finder Search Here
Begin your business email lookup with ZeroBounce Email Finder. Find email addresses by name and domain, and get a 99% accurate, validated result in three easy steps.
*Free account signup required. All users get 10 free Email Finder queries monthly.
Enhance your email search by name
Combine name and domain
ZeroBounce’s name-based email finder combines a person’s full name with their company’s email domain. With the help of our domain pattern detector, we can place the name into possible patterns and verify email addresses until we find the correct result.
99% accurate, validated results
Backed by ZeroBounce’s industry-leading email verification services, the name-based email finder verifies possible addresses in real time until it discovers a valid result. While other email finders merely guess possible patterns, our email finder guarantees a valid email address.
Lower email bounce rates
While many email finders can guess company email address patterns, there’s no guarantee it’s an active inbox. Instead of guessing and risking a bounce, get validated email addresses with the name-based email finder in seconds.
Better email personalization
Cold email outreach is challenging and even more demanding if you don’t know who you’re emailing. Instead of sending a message and hoping for the best, our name and domain email search gives you the confidence to know whose inbox you’re reaching. Avoid the bounce and curate your content for a greater impact.
How to use name-based email finder in 3 steps
Step 1 - Enter a name
To find an email address by name, we need just that. Give us the first and last name of the contact to start your search.
Step 2 - Provide the company domain
We’ll also need the company’s domain to determine potential email address patterns. To help you, know that the company and domain names are typically the same.
Step 3 - Get a valid email address
The name-based email finder takes both data points and verifies possible addresses until it finds a valid result. We’ll also let you know if the address is a risk, such as a spam trap, disposable domain, or any other type of problematic email address. Name-based email finder searches cost nothing if we can’t obtain a result.
Bonus confidence scores
Name-based email finder searches also include the most common patterns for addresses on that domain. These results show the pattern we used to find your valid address and any other potential patterns that may be used in that company domain.
Learn more about ZeroBounce Email Finder
ZeroBounce Email Finder offers even more ways to aid your email search, including a domain email finder and our Email Finder API. Click below to learn more.
Start your email search by name with ZeroBounce
Find emails by full name with the most accurate results possible, thanks to ZeroBounce. We’ll help you complete any name and domain email search to provide your email list with only trustworthy, valid email addresses.
To get started with the name-based email finder, join ZeroBounce and sign up for your free account today! Get immediate access to the following:
Email Verification Credits
Email Finder Queries
Email Inbox Placement Test
Email Server Test
Blacklist Monitor scanned every 24 hours
All credits, queries, tests, and monitors replenish monthly!
Frequently asked questions about name-based email finder
You can find emails by name with the help of a name-based Email Finder. To complete your email lookup by name, provide the person’s first and last name along with their company’s email domain.
ZeroBounce’s name-based email finder is 99% accurate, guaranteed, thanks to the power of our email verifier. After detecting possible email patterns used by the company, we’ll continue to verify different results until we can provide a valid email address.
ZeroBounce finds emails by full name by using proprietary technologies. Each business email lookup starts fresh and never uses stored or processed customer data from email validation. The entirety of the name and domain email search occurs in real time from start to finish.
No. The email domain is the minimum data point required to detect a potential email address. The name is merely the username portion of the email address. The company domain is needed to determine possible patterns during your business email lookup.
No. Customer security and privacy are our top priorities, and we developed our name-based email finder to perform all new searches in real time. This means that each search begins fresh with the provided name and domain. The tool then finds email addresses by name by detecting and verifying possible domain patterns until it discovers a valid result.
The name-based email finder may not provide a valid result for one of the following reasons: • The address uses a disposable email domain • The domain is a possible spam trap • The domain is a possible spam trap • The domain contains typos • The domain does not contain DNS entries • The domain has an unroutable IP address If your business email lookup results in one of these, we will notify you. Any undescribed errors will yield an “unknown” result, and no credits will be deducted for the search.
ZeroBounce’s name-based email finder is only used for business email lookup. This allows you to complete a name and domain email search and connect with other professionals for your lead generation and prospecting without interfering with the privacy of someone’s personal email address.
Yes - you can use our bulk email finder feature to find emails for a list of contacts. This lets you leverage our name-based email-finding feature for an entire list without additional effort.
The name-based email finder does not currently integrate directly with CRMs. You will need to export your list of names as a CSV, TXT, XLS, or XLSX file for upload. You can also connect to your cloud-based files via Dropbox, Google Drive, or OneDrive.
Making new email connections is easy with ZeroBounce
- Get 100 free ZeroBounce credits monthly
*20 credits per valid email result via Email Finder **1 credit per spam trap, suppression result, or catch-all domain