How to mitigate the threat of being a victim of ransom ware

Ransom ware seems to have gotten the better of many ordinary users. However, it is not a threat that has no mitigation measures available to the ordinary user, but is more of following good basic security and hygiene practices, to not fall prey to a ransom ware threat. Do the following:

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How to import mbox file into evolution

Those who want to import their email from other email clients and platforms like Microsoft Outlook or Thunderbird or even older Evolution clients into Evolution on Linux, need to export their emails into the mbox format. Evolution can then import those mbox files. Below are the steps to do this in evolution:

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How to save or export evolution emails as an mbox file

This is for those who want to know how to export emails from Evolution. Emails can be exported from Evolution using a file called mbox. It is a universal email files format recognized by several email clients. Below are the steps to do this.

Select all the emails in the folder first. You can only . . . → Read More: How to save or export evolution emails as an mbox file

Open Microsoft Outlook winmail.dat file in Linux

Microsoft Outlook, at times, uses a TNEF format that sends email as a winmail.dat file attachment. This format can be opened by email clients such as Microsoft Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird and Claws mail on Windows and Linux.

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