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LinkedIn Email Validation

I came across many companies following more than one email pattern for employees.It can be firstname.lastname@companydomail.com, firstnameinitial.lastname@companydomain.com, lastnameinitial.firstname@companydomain.com or something else. In such cases it is difficult for us to append email addresses for employees.
Here is a little shortcut method to validate email ids of Linkedin profiles created @companydomain.com

I am taking an example of the linkedin profile with the below link
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/michael-hansen/13/25a/187

Click the link below
http://www.linkedin.com/recommendations

Now start typing all the priority email pattern in the email field. Select one of the category(Colleague, Service provider, ..)
and the click on continue as shown in the picture below.

If the next page is able to show you the name of the contact(Michele H. in the above example), this means that the person has created his LI profile with the email id taken in the example. See the picture below.
But, if i will use the wrong email id for the same contact, next page is not able to show the name for the contact. See the picture below(with the wrong email used for the same contact)
Thus you can validate email ids of any linkedin profile created using @companydoman.com

For any of your queries, email me : sachin.arora.cvent@gmail.com
– Blog creatd by : Sachin Arora
View my LI profile:
http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=57597998&trk=tab_pro

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