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Customer is wanting to force an email address to use a certain FQDN.

they only want the customer to enter everything before the @.


Issue is some people can't read and they enter the full email address.

So were looking at removing the complexity for the end users and create a rule that is smart enough to remove the @ and everything after.


Thanks for your help.

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Thanks step...

What you supplied is always assuming that they supply the @.

See some users know to only enter everything before the @ while others do not.


Not sure I follow. If they don't supply the '@domain.com', it doesn't need to be removed.


return 'jdoe'.replace(/@.*/, '');           // returns jdoe
return 'jdoe@gmail.com'.replace(/@.*/, ''); // returns jdoe

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