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Retrieve the domain of an email in MS SQL Server

Suppose you have a table with an 'Email' field: here is the way to retrieve just only the domain of that email, and the name of the domain without the extension (.com, .net, etc.)
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select SUBSTRING(Email, charindex('@', Email, 0) + 1, (charindex('.', Email, charindex('@', Email, 0)) - charindex('@', Email, 0)) - 1 ) as domainWithNoExt, SUBSTRING(Email, charindex('@', Email, 0) + 1, 200) as domain from MyTable
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