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MySQL query to change domain of all email addresses in a field

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I have a `users` table with a field called emailaddress with about 1500 records... each of them has the same domain associated with it..

user1@dallasray.com
user2@dallasray.com
user3@dallasray.com

We are switching to a new domain so how can I write a query that was find all instances of @dallasray.com and replace them with @southtexastech.com  ?

user1@southtexastech.com
user2@southtexastech.com
user3@southtexastech.com

etc.

thank you!
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UPDATE users SET emailaddress=REPLACE(emailaddress,'@dallasray.com','@southtexastech.com')
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