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For those who prefer a more active card text search, like that of a database to the lists hosted on the Card Lists page, try http://www.vekn.se by Archibald Zimonyi, Secret Library by Jussi Hattara, VTES Checklist by Tony Fontenot, My VTES Card App by Ross Ridge, or V:TES Hook by Kai Kimmerle.
The original V:TES web utility was the Monger Utilities by Ethan Burrow, but it is no longer maintained, receiving its last update with Twilight Rebellion.
If you would like a downloadable executable, the original was David Davila's Elder Library - Deck Builder.
It is no longer supported with a current database or new programming.
There are a few ELDB alternatives, one called the Anarch Revolt Deck Builder, AKA ARDB, by Francois Gombault
has been updated by Graham Smith, with application and database files here: http://code.google.com/p/ardb/downloads/list.
Fragment of the Elder Library Deck Builder, AKA FELDB, by Bala.
Sutekh is very similar and has packages for Linux and Windows.
There are a number of other web utilities that do not have to do with deck archiving or card text lookup.
There is a card drawing simulator by Ira Fay that will help you decide how many copies of a critical card to put in your deck.
Last, but certainly not least, is the Archon which will allow you to document and organize a V:TES tournament.
There is also an Open Office version of the Archon available.