Excel getting part of variable text from a cell build prefix and add suffix

hi folks,

if i have an email-address with variable length in cell B9 for example housecleaner@frog.com or hc@frog.com
and i want to build in B10 from the prefix of B9 and add only other suffix as text like @fish.com
The result in B10 should be  housecleaner@fish.com or hc@fish.com.
It should cut always only the text before the @ in B9 and add @fish.com as text.
I tried different formulas but not getting the result.

Can anybody help me?  appreciate for your help
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John EastonDirectorCommented:
First to get the part of the e-mail address before the @ you should use the below formula:

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Then you can add the domain part as follows:

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Mandy_Author Commented:
Thats it. Thank you so much
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