...of the .msg files, you just need to open each one by one, read the relevant bits and save them to the database. Quite easy really. A bit of FSO and DAO or OLE or even ODBC or ADO - who cares really?<BR><BR>Oliver.
...in SMTP RFC format. Do a Google on that and you should find everything you need. I don't know the .msg format myself, so I can't help.<BR><BR>If you store the information in a database, then you can retrieve it, of course. That's what databases are there for - to store information so you can retrieve it later - unless your database gets corrupt or is not very good in the first place.<BR><BR>I'm glad you're using FSO.<BR><BR>Oliver.