alright that's what I'll do, also, if there is no DB couldn't I just like store the emails in a text file? I know it would be recklessly insecure but maybe I could throw some ftp protection on it?
Sure. What you are doing is making a form that collects data, in this case site visitor information. That is all a web form is going to do. Matter of fact it won't do anything with the data until we tell it what to do.
We can even create a simple HTML form. Then we add some controls to the form. Textboxes, dropdowns, checkboxes, buttons and other controls. The collected data can be dumped into a .txt file. That would be like saving form results to a text file or email.
Just for the hell of it, once you get the server information this may work:
It is free. You could reverse publish the web to your local machine. If you have XP Pro or a better version of Vista you can set up IIS. Then mess with the web on your local machine. That would get you going. You will need the user ID and password for the web.