Split e-mail addresses

Split an e-mail address into two parts: the local part (before the @) and the domain (after the @).

This processor generates two output columns, prefixed by the input column name. If the input doesn’t contain a valid email address, the processor will not produce an output value.


From the input column email two output columns are created: email_localpart and email_domain. The email column also is preserved in the output dataset.

Input myemail@domain.com becomes two values: myemail and domain.com.