An Address Block is set of fields for address management that can be displayed and used on any objects for address management and verification. Deployment is available for both standard and custom objects. Address Blocks can be configured via managing custom metadata records.
By default, mapping is provided for our custom Address object and standard objects that include addresses: Contacts and Accounts.
Veezla Address Block for Addresses
Mailing Address Block for Contacts
Other Address Block for Contacts
Billing Address Block for Accounts
Shipping Address Block for Accounts
Address blocks can be used on ANY objects.
As best practice we suggest to create and map the following fields when creating a new address block.
Can be used instead of Line 1, Line 2, City, State , Country, and Postal Code
First line of the address.
Second line of the address.
City the address is located in.
State the address is located in.
2 letter country short-name code (ISO 3166) for the country the address is located in.
Postal code the address is located in.
Save to Address Book
Initiates address processing to the address book.
Initiated address verification.
In Address Book
Indicates the process status.
Indicates the verification status.
Failed to Process
Indicates process failure status.
All errors that caused the verification to fail.
Error that caused processing to fail.
Summarizes the deliverability of the Address.
The unique ID of the address record in the external address verification service.
Either name or company is required, you may also add both. Name that belongs to the address. Must be no longer than 40 characters.
Either name or company is required, you may also add both. Company that belongs to the address. Must be no longer than 40 characters.
Email to reach the person or organization that belongs to the address.
Phone number to reach the person or organization that belongs to the address.
Date/time when the address was last verified.
The latitude and longitude of the address.
Long text area
The last payload received from the service provider about the address in JSON format.