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Q: Domain name reverse lookup ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: Domain name reverse lookup
Category: Computers > Internet
Asked by: zyunshen-ga
List Price: $2.00
Posted: 02 Nov 2003 14:34 PST
Expires: 02 Dec 2003 14:34 PST
Question ID: 271968
how can I find the website domain by the owner's name?

Clarification of Question by zyunshen-ga on 02 Nov 2003 14:42 PST
If you have the owner's name or phone, can you find his domains name?
Subject: Re: Domain name reverse lookup
Answered By: robertskelton-ga on 02 Nov 2003 15:15 PST
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hi there, 
I have found four ways of achieving your task. 
1) Dialog Select  
Click on domain names in the left column and you will get to a form
for searching Whois by owner names. It costs $3.65 to view each
record. Alternatively you can cut and paste the resulting domains and
use a free Whois service. My favorite is a nifty little piece of
software called GTWhois:

Geek Tools Whois

2) Saegis
Subscribers can look up domains by owner for roughly $1 per record.

Subscription based. Also available via Lexis Nexis 

4)Verisign Referral LDAP  
Click on Organization to search for a name, and find out the domains
they own. Only works for domains registered via Verisign.

Best wishes,

Request for Answer Clarification by zyunshen-ga on 03 Nov 2003 15:59 PST
Thanks for the answer, they are very useful resource. However, I
cannot use  markmonitor or verisign since one doesn't have the
service, the other is only limited to their clients. I don't know
whether Saegis provide this service.
Dialog Select is the only one I tried, however, it didn't show up what
I needed. thank you anyway.

Clarification of Answer by robertskelton-ga on 04 Nov 2003 16:19 PST
Thanks for the tip.
zyunshen-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars and gave an additional tip of: $2.00

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