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Citing personal correspondence with function of cited person via email?

How do you guys quote the email address of an author in your library section? What bst styles and bib packages do you use? How do you code the library entry?

That's how my German university wants to have it like (follows the rule "DIN1505").

Morgner, U. <morgner@uni-muenster.de> ; Steinmeyer, G. ; Mitschke,
F.: Systematic evaluation and prediction of the pulse width of
synchronously pumped lasers. URL:
<http://link.springer.de/link/service/journals/00340/bibs/8066002/80660145.htm>,
verfügbar am 1.3.1998

This is a weblink, I also have a book, where I want to quote the email of the author. According to this template, there is an email field, which however is not used by Bibtex.

By the way, I use the natbib package and alphadin.bst for DIN1505 support.

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My suggestion probably won't give the result you'd like, but try something like:

@article{MSM98,
 author = "Morgner, U. and Steinmeyer, G. and Mitschke, F.",
 title = "Systematic evaluation and prediction of the pulse width of
          synchronously pumped lasers",
 year = "1998",
 note = "{\tt morgner@uni-muenster.de}"
}

otherwise, try

@article{MSM98,
 author = "Morgner, U. {\tt morgner@uni-muenster.de} and Steinmeyer, G. and Mitschke, F.",
 title = "Systematic evaluation and prediction of the pulse width of
          synchronously pumped lasers",
 year = "1998"
}

Cheers

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