How To: Find Member Email Addresses

Philip Sevetson

How To: Find Member Email Addresses
FYI to all:

In order to find someone's email address, you may log on to the IDUG.org site, then proceed to the "User Lookup" webpage:
https://www.idug.org/p/us/lu/

or, go to Forums, select DB2-L (or one of the other forums available, for members of those), click the icon of three dots (at left of main listing of posts), and click "Subscribers" on the popup, to get a list of last-letter-of-first-names to pick and browse from (https://www.idug.org/p/to/us/tid=19)

I'll make this "sticky" on the DB2-L Forum in idug.org.
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Raymond Bell

How To: Find Member Email Addresses
(in response to Philip Sevetson)
Yeah, cheers Phil; I just did that this second and am looking at a person of interest as we 'speak'.

Worth making a sticky though.


Raymond Bell
Db2
Hosting Services, Technology
Royal Bank of Scotland Group
3rd Floor Regents House
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London N1 8XL
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FYI to all:

In order to find someone's email address, you may log on to the IDUG.org site, then proceed to the "User Lookup" webpage:
https://www.idug.org/p/us/lu/

or, go to Forums, select DB2-L (or one of the other forums available, for members of those), click the icon of three dots (at left of main listing of posts), and click "Subscribers" on the popup, to get a list of last-letter-of-first-names to pick and browse from (https://www.idug.org/p/to/us/tid=19)

I'll make this "sticky" on the DB2-L Forum in idug.org.
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