Hello Brian,Depending on the number of different emails that you might want to use, you would be able to use the "contains" evaluator in the Conditional Logic rules. If the list of domains that you might want to send to is not that big, if you push the email into a text field then use Conditional Logic to say:
If [email address] contains @WXYZ.COMThen [additional email field] is set to ABCD@WXYZ.COMCreate 1 rule per domain that you might need to deliver to. Then you can include [additional email field] in your email destination. I would also suggest to use a datasource to control this but that would not work inside a Customer Feedback form so will need to rely on Conditional Logic to set those.Hope this helps!
Ahh yes, that slipped my mind. In order to be able to evaluate the email, the field that you are looking at will need to be a text field of data type of Text and not Email.If the text field is an email, we can't evaluate it with a non-valid email address (XYZ.com is not a valid email address). There might be some extra conditional logic that is required to push the final email from a text field into an email field if it's being used as a source for a destination.I hope that helps and apologies for the confusion about the Conditional Logic rule!Thank you