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How do I automatically take an e-mail and make a web page from it?

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How do I automatically take an e-mail and make a web page from it?
I don't want to have to copy and paste the e-mail every day, so I need a way to automate it from Outlook.
It is in HTML format.
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by:sunray_2003
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Try if this could help
http://www.outlookhelper.com/olh_main.asp

it says it can be used to save email as specific file types. htm might be one of them

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by:dcass
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I downloaded and found no difference except "SAVE AS" which would be manual.
I'm looking for an automated solution - any other suggestions?
Maybe some C# (.NET) code to read email and create page?
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by:_agj_
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do u want to do this for all emails or for some spec emails...etc...what wud be ur rule?
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by:slink9
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The OL version would be helpful here.
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by:sunray_2003
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COuld you let us know how do you exactly want this to be ?

Like you want to convert all the html email message into an html file.. Is that all you want ?

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by:dcass
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I found a pgm called MailBee that does what I want.
How do I run an HTML automatically or is this a different question?
  I tried to put it in the Scheduled Tasks but it tries to run it in InterDev and it gets an error as soon as it hits the first <%.  I reset the system to open .asp in Internet explorer but it won't do it.
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by:sunray_2003
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>> How do I run an HTML automatically

Did you mean open an html email in IE automatically ?

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stefri earned 500 total points
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HTML body of a message can be accessed from VBA (item.HTMLBODY) which can be saved to file system. If this what you want, I do suspect that you do not want to save all the HTML emails you received a day to your hard disk.
We need your version of OL (OL2002 would be the minimum) and how you decide which mail must be save: specific words in subject?
It will be just a question of specifying a rule,based on specific criteria, which will fire a script where the catched email will be saved to filesystem
Stefri
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by:dcass
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I want to select on the subject and get all the body.  
What is OL?  Outlook?  It's 2000 V9.0.  I think I have upgrade on CD.
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Got it - please close.
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