I want to copy an email data into a SharePoint list. User will select which e-mail s/he wants to add and e-mail will be coppied into a multi-line text box. Also, e-mail attachments will be copied automatically. How can I do this?
Cloud2050 Email Importer which can import emails into SharePoint automatically.
System Requirements: Client: Windows (64 bit). Microsoft Outlook 2007, Microsoft Outlook 2010 or 2013 (64 bit) Server: Microsoft SharePoint 2010 or 2013 (on premises or in cloud such as Microsoft Office 365)
Import existing emails from Outlook to SharePoint list or document library.
Support any types of SharePoint list including custom list, issue tracking list, task list ...
Support Exchange inbox, Exchange public folder, POP email inbox, IMAP email inbox ...
Save email subject and body in SharePoint list columns
Save email headers: From, To, Cc, Bcc … in SharePoint list columns
Save email attachments as SharePoint list attachments or files in document library.
Merge emails by topic thread (Optional).
Merge sent emails with incoming emails by topic thread (Optional).
Save emails as files in SharePoint (Optional).
Save email as list item in list.
Save email as Document Set in document library.
Enable incoming emails for any types of SharePoint list.
Parse SharePoint data from email body
Client side technology and support cloud based SharePoint (Office 365).
If you are willing to go 3rd party, there are a couple solutions that do a pretty good job.
First you need configure incoming email service. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/selvagan/archive/2008/01/26/incoming-email-configuration-moss.aspx http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262947.aspx
Second you want to Create a folder structure for incoming email, you can create Event Handle or workflow to do this when the email be created in list.
Hope this helps
This seems like a pretty complicated task (it looks easy if you already have the prerequisites configured). Essentially you have to enable and configure the SMTP Service in CA, enable sites to receive emails, activate the feature on the site collection/site level and then enable the individual list settings. There are a few more things you can do with it and this video (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/Video/ff679958) has a lot of good information about setting it all up.
Let me know if that works out for you!