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I really need help finding email addresses.  I use *@domain.com but it really doe not work well.  Can you give me a sample search string for finding the Svp business development dod OR "department of defense" at dell.com as an example.

 

Thank you in advance,

George

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The @ symbol isn't recognized in Google as it's a special character which is why yours isn't working. In Google, Use "email * * domain.com" (Use quotes and replace domain with actual co name you need) . That will get you the format of emails for that domain such as: firstname.lastname@company.com, etc -

Then you can test it at http://mailtester.com
Thanks Gary. Just to verify, are there a space between the * symbols? and is the domain in quotes?

gary cozin said:
The @ symbol isn't recognized in Google as it's a special character which is why yours isn't working. In Google, Use "email * * domain.com" (Use quotes and replace domain with actual co name you need) . That will get you the format of emails for that domain such as: firstname.lastname@company.com, etc -

Then you can test it at http://mailtester.com
Yes there is a space between the * symbols! There's quotes around the entire phrase - just cut/paste this exact phrase into google "email * * domain.com" (With the quotes where they are & replacing the word domain with actual co you want to find)

George Genel said:
Thanks Gary. Just to verify, are there a space between the * symbols? and is the domain in quotes?

gary cozin said:
The @ symbol isn't recognized in Google as it's a special character which is why yours isn't working. In Google, Use "email * * domain.com" (Use quotes and replace domain with actual co name you need) . That will get you the format of emails for that domain such as: firstname.lastname@company.com, etc -

Then you can test it at http://mailtester.com
Thanks, that works great. I just modified it to include titles. Is this right? "email * * domain.com" AND (Svp OR "senior vice president)" AND dod

It seems to work well. Now I need to find a program to extract them. LoL. I use a browser called Maxthon which is incredible.
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George Genel said:
Thanks, that works great. I just modified it to include titles. Is this right? "email * * domain.com" AND (Svp OR "senior vice president)" AND dod

It seems to work well. Now I need to find a program to extract them. LoL. I use a browser called Maxthon which is incredible.

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