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    Do you know of any way to enter in a Name of a person or company and then it kicks back a list of domains they own?

    I need to look up an individual and a company to see what domains they may own. All I can find are search engines to look up a domain and then it tells me who owns it. The challenge is that is what I am trying to find out....what domains to they have. I know that the registrar databases are not comprehensive, but the info is in there...I just need a tool to search by registrant name.
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    Hmmm. Probably this is available . . . . at a price.

    netcraft.com? They seem to be all things net. But then maybe all they'll tell you is who is running BSD on their servers.
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    TastyPeppers, thanks for the lead...........but netcraft offers a lot of cool tools, but not a registrant search.
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    May try asking the question here: http://domainstate.com/

    I'm sure this service is around, someplace. Has to be....

    On second thought, that would be a very large search (over all domain extentions).... hmm... plus, I've never seen anything like it. You could still check above, but I doubt if you would find anything free on the net... but you never know....

    And with private registration, I think this would be almost impossible....
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    May try asking the question here: http://domainstate.com/

    I'm sure this service is around, someplace. Has to be....
    THANKS theog.....looks like a GREAT place to place my question. I have registered and as soon as the mods activate my account I will post the question

    And with private registration, I think this would be almost impossible....
    I know there are several limitations, such as if it was registered under a umbrella corporation, or if is a subdomain under a domain registered under some else, or if the hosting company claims themselves as the registrar, etc.... But a lot of people don't know how the system works, and their names are on there whether they know it or not.
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    I though that there were special commands that could be used with a whois query to search by any whois field, but I could be wrong.

    Perhaps you can do a Google search for whois commands or something.

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