Re: Who needs X.500 or Whois++?

Martin Hamilton <martin@mrrl.lut.ac.uk> Fri, 05 July 1996 05:59 UTC

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From: Martin Hamilton <martin@mrrl.lut.ac.uk>

Yep, truly great!

 "Whether you're looking for sales leads, full mailing lists, and
  telemarketing information, or the clean-up of your database and
  innovative data processing solutions, Database America is the
  company to call. We've got detailed information on 11 million
  businesses and 165 million consumers"

But no email address search.  Shame!  Still, there's always <URL:http://www.four11.com/> or <URL:http://www.whowhere.com/> for those.

Now, about that in-lined advertisments extension to LDAP ... :-)