In article <351u50$k2q at mserv1.dl.ac.uk> kulmburg at sun1.ukl.uni-freiburg.de (Peter Kulmburg) writes:
>>I have a problem common to several of my internet friends: I know somebody
>has an email address and I know a little bit of where he or she is.
I get asked this question a lot, and there are some tricks of the
trade, but the best answer is this:
Send email to someone who knows the person better than you do,
asking them for the address.
The telephone is appropriate technology as well, but email decreases
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