Email Generator

Get +50 email combinations and validate them with Rapportive

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Emil Mikhailov — Entrepreneur
Gates's email is - billg@microsoft.com =)
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Conrado Lamas — Founding team, MKT Mailtrack.io
Hey there Product Hunt!

As the Head of Communications at MailTrack.io, one of my main tasks to find and guess email addresses from influencers. For that job, I created an Excel spreadsheet that combines my potential contact’s information into the most common email formats on the web (e.g.: name.lastname@company.com). Gabi García and Gil Casadevall learned about this and, on a weekend, transformed my personal file into the Email Generator, a web tool that can be used by salespeople, entrepreneurs and anyone that contacts people for a living.

I also shared my personal techniques in finding contacts through How to Find Anyone’s Email Address on the Web.
Aleyda Solis — SEO. Entrepreneur-Speaker-Author. Nomad.
@conradolamas Handy tool for outreach! The folks at Distilled created something similar 3 years ago but with Google Docs: https://www.distilled.net/blog/m...
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Conrado Lamas — Founding team, MKT Mailtrack.io
@aleyda Thanks, Aleyda. Yes, it looks very similar! I wish I knew about it before creating my spreadsheet. Anyway, it was fun though to create a good-looking version of the Excel and share it through Product Hunt! :)
sri — Maker of Twittume
@conradolamas It saves time to generate the email ids, but in case the generated ids don't exist and your email server sends out emails... there is a potential chance of your email server being black listed. Is that correct?
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Conrado Lamas — Founding team, MKT Mailtrack.io
@sridhar_kondoji Yes! It's really a bad idea to send an email to all those combinations: remember, almost all of them do not exist. They're probable matches, and should be validated with FullContact, Rapportive, Discoverly or any other email verifier... Thanks!
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