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Dec 28, 2010

One that I know of is [email protected]baml.com

They'll also add a number if there's too many jsmiths.

But it seems like it varies from BofA to ML, too.

Dec 28, 2010

I had success not too long ago with [email protected]baml.com

also...

//www.wallstreetoasis.com/forums/baml-charlotte-email-structure

Dec 29, 2010
Dec 29, 2010

Most are using [email protected]baml.com

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Dec 29, 2010
brutalglide:

Most are using [email protected]baml.com

This is true for most. I also have contacts with [email protected]. Also keep in mind that BofA typically uses your formal name, so John Smith would likely be [email protected].

Dec 29, 2010

CapK that's accurate... first.m.last is typically for duplicate names like a michael smith or any other very common name likely to have multiple employees tied to it... in some random circumstances you may see "[email protected]baml.com" and with HR employees you'll run into "@bankofamerica.com"

I would presume that a lot of this has to do with legacy BofA email's that had not changed.... but again to reiterate the [email protected] would be your best bet for bankers certainly... I would bet on "@bankofamerica.com" if corresponding with recruiters...

that's my .02 given what I saw when going through recruiting season...

Dec 29, 2010

rufiolove is correct

Dec 28, 2010
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