Basically you can feed it through a pipe with sed (or awk, but I am better with sed. The following recipe may not work for all of the cases you are interested in, but :
This will just pass the mail along for further operation, with email@example.com
(did you mean myfriend? :-) substituted for firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want joe <email@example.com> to go to firstname.lastname@example.org
(just a thought), try the following:
|sed -e s/\ \<fuzzy//g -e s/\>//g
You need the backslashes for spaces, redirects (<,>) and of course other special characters.
Good luck, Chris