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I was trying to create a database to store my emails (Outlook) for easy reference (for work of course). I have folders and subfolders (on top of subfolders...lol), but I'm trying to figure out how (or find info on how to) create a database to store all of this. Something like the "Help" section in any MS Office program that can be retrieved by using a particular search criteria (name, keyword, etc). Any ideas? My first thought would be to try and play around w/MS Office, but of course, I would like to hear from those that might have gone down the same path. Any input will be greatly appreciated.

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Why make work for yourself?

Outlook and Outlook Express both have built-in search facilities so you can find any email you want that way.
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