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Tool for detecting all backlinks

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I've got a new website - all new file names. I don't have a backup of my old site and I need to redirect the old pages to the new ones. I've done an advanced Google search for mydomain.com but the results are endless and I really just need to find my old htm/html pages and redirect them to my new ones.  That said, I'm looking for a tool that can help me find this information.

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To find the old pages you could try: http://web.archive.org


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Dude! That is amazing and exactly what I need. Thanks for the help.
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