Often, if you hover over a legit download button, it highlights. If the download button appears to be part of a larger image, or if hovering over the area around it shows the same link the button does, it's an ad.
How do you verify if a given email address is real or fake?
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As you may have noticed in the nslookup output, it is not uncommon to have multiple MX records for a domain.
This method applies for other services like Yahoo and outlook too.
You might consider it as a longer but a stealthier way.
Because neither the email ID suits their name nor their personality.
You do not want to ask them again but at the same time want to know whether it is real or not.
After all, it could lead to end of your conversations.
Or may be, you have noted down a wrong name and want to verify email address before the mail delivery fails.
If the delivery fails, you will get to know it’s a fake (or maybe you just wrote it wrong so cross check it).
But if it goes successful, it just might look little weird to people you already know.
When an email is received it will pop up instantly on this page.