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An unverified result where the address could be identified and parsed means no part of the address could be verified, but the data was recognized as address data and formatted using lexical rules.
A guide to the accuracy code is included in the OEDQ online help, installed on the server but also available here:
Note that AV needs some clue as to the country of the address if it is going to verify any part of it. If this is not present, use OEDQ to add it. For example, the Address Clean service that comes in the Customer Data Service Pack has a default country that you can set if no country is specified. Also, of course, the data for the relevant country must be installed.
Edited by: MikeMatthews on Nov 6, 2012 1:10 AM
I would also note that 'United States California San Francisco' would appear to be a very unusual input address to test, but that if you input this, the normal return code would indicate a partial match. It would probably help to input the data into the right inputs (e.g. San Francisco into Locality, California into Admin Area, and United States into Country), or at least in the normal order.