Email is a convenient and efficient means of communication. Most communication is by the text of the message, so you have to be considerate and careful to communicate effectively, without misunderstandings.
Some things to consider:
|Finding Email Addresses||
The problem with finding someone's email address is that there is no central directory. This situation reflects the organization of the Internet - no or little central control with a great deal of local control.
Some methods and services exist to help find email addresses, but none of them are guaranteed to produce satisfactory results every time. Here are a few ways to find someone's email address.
Here are some resources to check:
|Other Links mentioned in the text|
to the Internet
& the Web
|Using a Browser||Finding Information|
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