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X.500 service at King's College


TELNET sun.nsf.ac.uk

login: janet
hostname: uk.ac.kcl.dir

You are connected to the King's directory service. This interface
currently only allows you to query the King's database by person's name.

Enter the person's name (or "?" for help, "q" to quit): ?

You will be prompted for the surname of the person you are looking for.

No department need be specified, as all departments within King's are
searched.

You do not have to enter complete names: for example, entering the string
"Smith" would also find entries for "Greensmith", "Smithy" and so on. 
Upper/lower case is not significant in searches.

Of course the less information you provide, the more names will be matched
by your query. If the person whose telephone number you are seeking has a
relatively common name, the directory may well return more names than you
can easily sift through and the message 

        "there are too many results to print" 

will appear. 

HYTELNET was developed by Peter Scott: scott@lights.ca

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