Getting Emails (or at least subject line) into an excel file, possubly with SharePoint

SandsB

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  1. 365
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  1. Windows
I have emails that are sent by about 30 people in my group. The Outlook emails are basically several rows of an Excel file pasted into the body of the email. We use this as a way to have everybody enter the same info in the same way for a particular process - sort of like a form. What I'd like to do is, but don't think I can, have these same emails directed to a SharePoint list so they just show up on my SharePoint web site whenever they're created. The problem is that only attachments in emails to a SharePoint email address will show up in the list, not emails that don't have attachments. I've read this so I believe it to be true.

So, does anybody know a non-SharePoint trick for getting the subject line of Outlook emails into an Excel file. I don't want ALL my emails to go into the file so I'd need to somehow filter it by looking for a string that only these emails have: "REPLNo"
 

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