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Go Daddy web form using .asp to produce flat file?

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How can I get a web form using GoDaddy's gdform.asp to produce a flat file that I can then import into a database? The form is working perfectly as far as it was designed to but it would save me hours of work if I could capture a days worth of emails into a single flat file. I had a script that worked wonderfully on a Unix  / linux  hosted site but this new site is hosted on a windows machine and requires .asp so I'm completely lost as to how to set this up. My requirements are a flat file (.csv or .txt) that is updated each time a form is submitted and preferably something that creates a new file everyday with a filename representing the date created. Does anyone know of a script like this that is compatible with a windows hosted GoDaddy account or is it simple enough to modify gdform.asp?
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