If you’ve ever tried to figure out what someone’s work email address might be, knowing only their name, you know how frustrating it can be. “First initial plus last name” is a safe bet, but it’s not always right. Developer Oleg Campbell has automated the process of finding someone’s corporate email with a new Chrome extension built on top of Gmail. It’s called Name2Email. Here’s how it works.After you install the Name2Email extension, you open Gmail and enter the person’s first name, last name, and work domain email – starting with @ – into the “compose” box. Name2Email will then automatically generate the most common corporate email patterns for you. Next, you hover your mouse over the generated addresses and when you see a popup with the person’s name appear, that’s supposed to be the right address!Thanks to Business Insider for this tip.