Export many email messagaes from Outlook to Excel

I've used Microsoft Outlook's import/export wizard to export a number of email messages into Excel. I did so, but was not satisfied with the results. For one thing the exported information did not include the date. Additionally, not all the text from the email messages were transfered. Is there anyway to get the dates exported and including all text with Outlook? If not, can you recommend software that would export everything? I've tried Ad4mail and was not satisfied either.
MickyankAsked:
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MickyankAuthor Commented:
I've used Microsoft Outlook's import/export wizard to export a number of email messages into Excel. I did so, but was not satisfied with the results. For one thing the exported information did not include the date. Additionally, not all the text from the email messages were transfered. Is there anyway to get the dates exported and including all text with Outlook? If not, can you recommend software that would export everything? I've tried Ad4mail and was not satisfied either.
war1Commented:
Greetings, Mickyank !

Why do you want to export the emails?  As a backup?  To move to another account?  You can use Thunderbird to import emails from Outlook.  The emails will be in mbox format.
http://www.mozilla.com/thunderbird

Best wishes!
MickyankAuthor Commented:
I am putting together an email history report and want to have all email correspondance listed on one form, preferably excel for editing. In my resulting document I want columns showing date sent/received, sender, recepient, subject,and  body, attachement list. (and by the way what about the attachements in the email, what is done with them?)
MickyankAuthor Commented:
I checked that link offered and I don't believe it would help. Any other suggestions based on the requirements?
war1Commented:
Mickyank,

Aid4Mail may be what you want.  Look at the features list

http://www.aid4mail.com/

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