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A white pages is a telephone directory listing of subscriber names, addresses, and telephone numbers. In the United States, the term white pages is commonly associated with the residential subscriber listings in the standard directories distributed by the Bell System before divestiture.
White pages can also be an electronic information database that contains user names and their associated network addresses, in the manner of a telephone directory. Electronic white pages usually contain additional information, such as office location, phone number, and mailstop, and their contents are determined by a schema.
Source: from Federal Standard 1037C
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