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WHERE Clause

I have a table that contains recorded logins to a site. Each record has the username which is their email address, the time, the date and the IP they logged in from. Within the query to pull all this data out, I want to skip over any records where the email address contants xxxxx.com.
How would I go about doing that?
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add next string to WHERE
   AND emailaddress NOT LIKE "%xxxxx.com%"
SELECT * FROM table WHERE email_address NOT LIKE '%xxxxx.com';

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akalbfellAuthor Commented:
Thanks guys. Just what I needed.
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