Hi all, This may sound a little strange, but our nonprofit has some information that gets sent in via its Web site and is emailed to folks around the office. Generally, these emails contain addresses and phone numbers of whom is downloading various pieces of literature and the occasional survey. So, for the past year or so, these emails have been collecting on computers around the office and we just started a process by which we hope to standardize their recipients and format. My question is this: which email client on OS X has the best capability to export messages it has received into some form of text document, Eudora, Mail (Apple), or Entourage (M$)? I know Eudora has an export function, but is there something better in either Mail or Entourage. The goal here is to then convert the text document into some form of delineated text that can be picked up by a spreadsheet or database program for some rudimentary analysis and picking up contact information. I know that we could connect the information coming in from our Web site to a SQL server and database, but that unfortunately requires dollars, time, and expertise we don't have. So, for the moment we're trying to improvise a solution with what we have on hand. Any thoughts on what email client is best with regard to exporting text from the emails it receives? Thanks!