Right truncation in Teradata

Hi Experts,
The code below is working when I use it in SQL Server database, but it gives me an error when I query Teradata.

Select * From Employees WHERE RIGHT(mail_cd, 2) in ('AB','AC','CD','FK')

The error message is "SELECT Failed. 3706: Syntax error: Expected something between the WHERE keyword and the RIGHT keyword"

How would I query Teradata for the same results?
Thank you for your help

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dsackerContract ERP Admin/ConsultantCommented:

Select * From Employees WHERE SUBSTR(mail_cd, LENGTH(mail_cd) - 1, 2) IN ('AB','AC','CD','FK')

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this should work in both platforms

select * from employess where
mail_cd like '%AB'
or mail_cd like '%AC'
or mail_cd like '%CD'
or mail_cd like '%FK'
romsomIT DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Thank you Everyone.
Both solutions worked, but I actually was looking for the first one.
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