Looking to extract just the domain name, no suffix.
Below regex works perfect, except for .co.uk , or any other with more than one " . " 🙄
Many thanks 😁
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Wouldn't it be easier and more reliable just to use the Text Split() function on the '@',which will create a list of two elements and then remove the first element by index. That would leave you with the domain in all cases since addresses are only allowed to use the @ once.
I'm with @PSTR.
For each %CurrentItem% in List %Emails%
Parse Text on %CurrentItem% finding the "@" symbol. This will give you the position just before "@" (0 based index).
Get Subtext starting at Position to the end of the text.
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