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    Convert MBOX to PST Using Email Clients
    Run Apple mail in your system.
    Go to File >> Import mailbox option.
    Now select the source of the MBOX file and click continue.
    On browse location, choose MBOX file then click continue.
    After the import process complete, click done.

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    Export emails from Zimbra online
    Open Zimbra and log on using credentials of your account.
    In the top navigation bar choose Preferences.
    Click Import/Export in the list of preferences.
    In the Export panel select the type Account as you want to export mailbox.
    Set the Source: equal to All folders and click the Export button.

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    Outlook
    Open Microsoft® Outlook, then click File > Open & Export > Import / Export.
    Select Export to a file then click Next.
    Select Comma Separated Values (Windows) then click Next.
    In the folder list, select the Contacts folder then click Next.
    Browse to the target folder to save .

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    Now in the main screen of Windows Live Mail Click on the File tab and then select Export and then under Export select the Email Messages option. After that select the Microsoft Exchange and click on the Next button. Now a dialog box "Export Message" will appear.

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    Now in the main screen of Windows Live Mail Click on the File tab and then select Export and then under Export select the Email Messages option. After that select the Microsoft Exchange and click on the Next button. Now a dialog box "Export Message" will appear.

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    You can use the command mentioned below to extract the zip files.

    7z e -y p"password_of_the_archive" filename.zip
    As, you could see its simple command,

    You can check the status code, if the file is extracted successfuly and no error in the command, the status code would be '0', if any error occured in th command, it show error code number, command for checking status code is 'echo $?', below images illustrates it.

    How about automating/repeating the commands or process with different "passwords/strings" from a dictionary? we can write simple shell script to automate.

    #!/bin/bash
    :' Simple Script to brute-force zip files,
    + using a wordlist/dictionary.
    '
    echo '[-] Cracking Password:'
    echo '**********************'
    echo

    while read LINE
    do
    7z e -y p"$LINE" filetocrack.zip >>/dev/null 2>/dev/null
    if [[ $? == 0 ]]; then
    echo '[+] Password Cracked: ' $LINE
    exit
    fi
    done < wordlist.lst

    However, hardcoding the filenames in the program itself is a bad practice, so we could use 'Positional parameters', to re-use the code with different files and differned wordlist/dictionaries. we just need to replace filenames with positional parameters in the program,

    #!/bin/bash
    :' Simple Script to brute-force zip files,
    With positional parametes. and,
    + using a wordlist/dictionary.
    '
    echo '[-] Cracking Password:'
    echo '**********************'
    echo

    while read LINE
    do
    7z e -y p"$LINE" $1 >>/dev/null 2>/dev/null
    if [[ $? == 0 ]]; then
    echo '[+] Password Cracked: ' $LINE
    exit
    fi
    done < $2
    Now, you can simple run the program with:

    bash program.sh filetocrack.zip wordlist.lst
    Hope it helps you understand the logic to ***** archive passwords.

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    Convert MBOX to PST Using Email Clients
    Start the Apple Mail on your system.
    Click File >> Import Mailboxes.
    Select all the files that you want to import in the MBOX. Click Continue.
    Browse to the location where you have saved in the MBOX file. ...
    After the process gets complete, click Done.

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    Convert MBOX to PST Using Email Clients
    Start the Apple Mail on your system.
    Click File >> Import Mailboxes.
    Select all the files that you want to import in the MBOX. Click Continue.
    Browse to the location where you have saved in the MBOX file. ...
    After the process gets complete, click Done.

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    Convert MBOX to PST Using Email Clients
    Start the Apple Mail on your system.
    Click File >> Import Mailboxes.
    Select all the files that you want to import in the MBOX. Click Continue.
    Browse to the location where you have saved in the MBOX file. ...
    After the process gets complete, click Done.

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    Convert Outlook email (PST or Exchange) to MBOX format
    Outlook 2010 or newer: Click on the small triangle below the MessageSave Ribbon button and select. "Apple Mac Export -> Export Messages". ...
    Click "Start Export".
    That's it! MessageSave will export your email messages to a folder on your desktop.

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    Open Outlook and go to the File menu.
    Select the Import/Export option.
    Choose Export to a file.
    Select Outlook Data File (.pst)
    Choose whether to export a specific folder or the whole account.
    Check the Include subfolders box.
    Next, select a destination for the Export, and then click Finish.

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    Convert OST to PST Manually
    Open Outlook and go to the File menu.
    Select the Import/Export option.
    Choose Export to a file.
    Select Outlook Data File (.pst)
    Choose whether to export a specific folder or the whole account.
    Check the Include subfolders box.
    Next, select a destination for the Export, and then click Finish.

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    Using python 2.x and 7z command, you can create a simple single-threaded bruteforcing script.

    #!/usr/bin/env python2
    import os,sys

    f = open(sys.argv[1],'r')
    lines = f.read().splitlines()

    for line in lines:
    x = os.system('7z e {0} -p{1}'.format(sys.argv[2],line))
    if x == 0:
    print '[~] Password is : {0}\n\n'.format(line)
    exit(1)

    print '[!] Password not found in the provided list!\n\n'
    Usage of that script is:

    $bruteforcer.py <passwords-file> <7z-file-to-bruteforce>

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    Using python 2.x and 7z command, you can create a simple single-threaded bruteforcing script.

    #!/usr/bin/env python2
    import os,sys

    f = open(sys.argv[1],'r')
    lines = f.read().splitlines()

    for line in lines:
    x = os.system('7z e {0} -p{1}'.format(sys.argv[2],line))
    if x == 0:
    print '[~] Password is : {0}\n\n'.format(line)
    exit(1)

    print '[!] Password not found in the provided list!\n\n'
    Usage of that script is:

    $bruteforcer.py <passwords-file> <7z-file-to-bruteforce>

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