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From: Paul <>
Subject: Re: [S-I] a word of advice - address books
Date: Tue, 28 Jul 2009 12:06:50 -0400
If you use classmates.com or any of their brethren,you will receive
every SPAM that is out there. They collect and sell email addresses,
that's why they are "free"
> Try classmates.com. I find it very helpful to find old schoolmates. And
> you don't have to pay and join. You can put your own information out there
> for free (if you wish to), and others can then find you.
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> Sent: Monday, July 27, 2009 8:48 PM
> Subject: Re: [S-I] a word of advice - address books
>> I am been searching for old school mates lately and having a hard time
>> finding them especially since so many people are only using cell phone
>> these days. I have had some luck using the county tax lists as these have
>> all properties owned by the person with a mailing address. Of course you
>> need to have a county name to start with.
>> FYI, my aunt kept her phone number after her husband died 20 years ago.
>> her granddaughter lives in the home and still has the same phone number.
>> So it doesn't hurt to try old numbers.
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