Hi, I saw somewhere recently that if you are interested in doing outbound e-mails to a company to see if they want a domain with the same name they have, but in a different extension, it can be good to check the whois contact information so you can e-mail the domain holder directly to see if they are interested, since the company e-mail itself likely will yield no results. With that being said, I looked up the owner of (singledictionaryword) .com to see if they were interested in my .tv extension, however they are using privacy protection. If I understand this correctly, when this protection is enabled, then the registrar, in this case GoDaddy, will receive the e-mail and forward it to the owner. Am I wrong about that, or is that accurate? Also is it even worth bothering with outbound in this scenario, will GoDaddy filter it as spam? I know I said a mouthful, and this is pretty specific, but thanks for any understanding you can give me!