Here's where I would start.

The email account has a folder in the root file system
that holds the email.  The folder name is the same as
the user profile associated with the email account and
its in the /QTCPTMM directory.  Browse the directory
and you'll see how it's set up.

I would open the directory, get a list of what's in
there, process each file, then delete or move the
file.  I would use the unix api's for this.



--- Booth Martin <> wrote:
> We have inquiries coming in via e-mail.  These
> e-mails are very structured.
> We'd like to have the e-mail processed and the data
> moved into a physical
> file.
> Has anyone done this easily? successfully?  where
> did you start?
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