How to Find the Email Address of a Person-Techzilla Firefox



For a business need, sending mail to others is more important and common more than making a normal phone call. Now the use of mail is spreading into every zone because of its inevitability as a best medium for exchange of information in formal mode. 

Consider the situation that you are trying to compose a mail for a business deal or suppose for a job application. What makes you sure that the entered address is correct or not?

There are different methods to find someone's Email addressFor instance you may check the old exchanges, use WHOIS data of that person's website, use Pipl (one of the best people search engine) or if nothing works out try to search on Google by typing person name with including @ symbol in quotes.

There's however a better way for it. First you must guess the address and later use LinkedIn’s Rapportive add-on for Gmail to verify if your guess is correct or not.

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Find Email Address of a Person

Go to your main social sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn and link it with your primary mail id through which you are intended to send mail all time. Now compose a mail with your guessed address and hover your mouse over address and Rapportive will show list of profiles associated with - Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Once you find a profile with your guessed email address, the answer is you are ready to send the mail. If no social results are found with your address it means that, email address doesn't exist or that person use an alternate mail id with his social profile.

Rapportive is availably for Chrome, Firefox and Safari which needs only a valid Gmail account.



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