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In the past I have found mitosearch.org to be quite useful, but I was recently informed by Family Tree DNA, who owns mitosearch, that they are no longer maintaining the web site. It is still up, but has become a little buggy and does not always work. Really a shame. It's a great tool for genealogists. No matter which company you test with you could go there and look for matches.
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