Sharepoint 2010 Email Enabled List

I have enabled email on a sharepoint 2010 list.  It receives email.  What I see:  When the email is received the subject of the mail is populated in the title field of the sharepoint list.  What I need:  the body of each email contains the following information:

responder| data/time_of_call | reason_for_call | Notes | address

Each field is pipe separated.  I need for the data in the body of the email to populate the corresponding column in my list.
FBlandAsked:
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sharepointguru14Connect With a Mentor Commented:
Here is a fairly inexpensive solution if you can spend a few dollars. Depending on your use case this may be much cheaper and quicker than custom coding
http://www.cloud2050.com/Pages/Cloud2050EmailImporter.aspx

For custom coding you can create an event receiver and use the SPEmailEventReceiver Class to catch the email when it comes in and parse the body and have it save those into the appropriate columns.
Explained briefly here
http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en/sharepointdevelopment/thread/1da7d57c-0f20-4dfb-b791-991469570a1f
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FBlandAuthor Commented:
I saw this prior to posting my question and didn't find it helpful. I spent quite alot of time searching posts in EE prior to posting.
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sharepointguru14Commented:
Only way I know to do it would be to write custom code. Don't know if that is an option for you or not
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FBlandAuthor Commented:
Unfortunately, I guess nobody here knows how to solve this.  I'm truly saddened as I thought this would be the place to go in order to gain a clear understanding of how to go about doing this.
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sharepointguru14Commented:
It's not that I don't know how. I've done it. But it requires custom code. Is that an option for you?
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FBlandAuthor Commented:
yes custom code is an option
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