What is the best way to retrieve the email from the following text: Mr. Joseph Smith Jr. III jsmithjr@xxxxxxxx "J Jr." -or it might be- Joe jsmithjr@xxxxxxxx So far, I have been able to use the substring-before and substring-after in conjunction with the "@" to get a little closer to the email, but not sure how to get the space which occurs before the @ and after the email (or end of string). Karl
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