Thank you for the response. I looked at the link and it shows what is needed (ie ==email@example.com), but my conference attendees won't know they need to put the == in front of the email address. What I'm trying to do is have a button they click on to modify their registration which runs a script on their entered information (email address & confirmation number) which will replace firstname.lastname@example.org with ==email@example.com without them even knowing it did that. Any idea what I need in my script to put the == in front of the email address they enter?
Put the email address in quotes such as: Quote ( EmailAddressField )
Your script can take data from a global field or data copied into variables before entering find mode and use it to perform a find.
See this thread for examples: Scripted Find Examples
You can also enter the email address into a text field used as a match field in a relationship as a way to find a record or records with that email address.
Perfect, that worked! Thank you so much.