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    Jun 30, 2004, 03:54 AM
    Finding an email address
    My question is this: I have an old friend that moved away a couple of years ago that I am trying to locate or email. The address is an AOL address but says it is no longer valid. Is there some way I can search using the old email address to possibly find out what new email address he might have?

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    Jun 30, 2004, 04:24 PM
    Finding an email address
    Hi Tim,

    As a general rule, AOL doesn't give out any information regarding their subscribers. If you have any idea where the person moved to, for example state and/or city, try doing a search on

    Good luck!

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