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Apple Script lookup through email


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I am new to applescripts and honestly have no clue how to write them. I am looking for an applescript that can use the words i receive in quotes in an email to complete an action. Something like receiving an email with "itunes" and itunes opens. THe reason Im doing this is because I am going to be using this in collaboration with entourage. When I receive an email form my mobile phone **********@vtext.com i have entourage run a rule that is setup to run the apple script.

Any help would be appreciated. Also, Id be glad to try to explain this in another way If the way i explained it is not understandable.
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