Use the form below to enter a name and a series of possible
email domains (aka hosts).
It will generate a series of possible permutations (also
known as guesses) for email addresses. Then choose to either
copy those email addresses to your clipboard (for use
however you'd like), or open a new compose window (using
your default browser email client).
If you choose the latter, the to, bcc, and optionally
subject and body fields, will be pre-populated in that new
26 unique email addresses will be generated
(or guessed) for each different domain.
I've had some luck in my life cold-emailing people. Sometimes
for work, sometimes for travel. One of the challenges when doing
so is guessing the exact format for email addresses of employees
or team members.
I would create permutations, however it became a bit tedious.
That's why I built this. As time goes on, I'll add more
permutations to increase the chances of getting through to the
right person (eg. support for middle names).
And finally, the logic of appending the email addresses to the
bcc field is to lower the likelihood that the recipient
(assuming you get through to them) can tell that you guessed
their email address ;)
native functions (aka no jquery or helper utilities). It does
make use of the
Notifications Web API
to notifiy you when email addresses have been copied to your
clipboard (which for some reason isn't working atm haha).