Trixter asks: "Like most nerds, I receive a large volume of email that I archive in several files and directories in a filesystem. This is inefficient, especially when it comes to searching for an old or obscure bit of information. I can imagine several better ways to organize email for archival and lookup, but has anyone already done this? I want to try avoiding reinventing the wheel for the tenth time this year. By 'better ways', I'm talking about all solutions--from the Perl monger 'one 10-line script will do the trick' perl script to parse up a long mbox-format file into little bits for intelligent grepping, to maybe an elegant 'mbox-format file to SQL database' loader/translator script and a series of SQL statements to support searches. Please, help me organize my gigabytes-long, decade-long email archive!"