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Dropping the domain in between the @ and the .com should constraint it for you to target specific domains.
For example if you have contains @mail.com; this should exclude @gmail.com. Is it not doing this?
you can use
instead of @domain.com, which is more specific.
Thanks for the help!
So actually we were just targeting domain.com but now added in the @ in front which should fix it.
Actually this also includes @example.com.au and suchlike. It's not a perfect solution. To get more accurate create an ALL filter CONTAINS @example.com and NOT CONTAINS .com.