David Gibbs wrote:
Sorry, that didn't work ... it's grabbing a lot more than just the text between the @ and period ... I think it's matching all text between the first @ and the last period.

Correction, that may work, but not for the data I'm looking at.

URL in question is http://archive.midrange.com/midrange-l/199809/msg00017.html

Some of the text after the @ isn't terminated with a tld :(

Maybe this regex technique isn't going to work?

david




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