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To find out if someone has PLACED a message looking for YOU:

See Search Tips Below.

View Records Since (Date mm/dd/yy):

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To find your own message and message number, type in the email address exactly as it was used:

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The "Check Messages Since..." feature defaults to the date 01/01/96.  After you have scrolled through the messages in a particular section, the next time you visit, just type in the date you were here last.

Some people will place messages for Jim Smith, and the person being sought may type in James Smith.
For your first visit, it is best to scroll through each section in case someone spelled your name wrong.

To scroll through the entire magazine, just hit "Check All Names and Check All Categories, and you will scroll through, 25 messages at a time.

If you have already typed in a name, and then decide to scroll through, you must put the words "Check All Names" back in exactly like that (without the parentheses).

Help a friend out, type in any city, state, school, business, etc. that you ever lived or worked in to see if anyone is looking for them.

For example, if you type in "Texas", any reference to Texas will show up.

You can type in the name of a school, group, meeting, seminar, whatever you think someone would have used as a keyword to see if there is an upcoming reunion!

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