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How to Open an MBOX File (Using Mozilla Thunderbird)

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An MBOX file contains an archive of emails. When you download your Gmail archive from Google Takeout, for example, you’ll get an MBOX file containing all your emails. Here’s how to view its contents.

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Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/709718/how-to-open-an-mbox-file-in-mozilla-thunderbird/
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Chris Hoffman

How to Stop Microsoft Outlook from Saving Sent Emails

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Clearing out your Sent Items folder in Microsoft Outlook normally means either deleting all the emails or moving them into an archive. Whichever you prefer, here’s how to automate the process by either not saving sent emails or saving them into a different folder instead.

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Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/700812/how-to-stop-microsoft-outlook-from-saving-emails-to-sent-items/
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Rob Woodgate

Outlook to Introduce a Universal Web-Powered App

Outlook-Web-App-Featured.jpg As our tech world has expanded to multiple devices, between computers, tablets, phones, wearables, smart speakers, and more, it requires our services to find a way to reach all those devices. Microsoft thinks it has the answer in a project they have been working on, a universal web-powered app for Outlook. New Web-Powered App for Outlook The Outlook project powered by the Web, codenamed Project Monarch, is the product of Microsoft’s “One Outlook” vision. Its goal is to have an app that works across PC, Mac, and the Web. This one app would eliminate the five Outlook clients… Read more14198578.gif

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The Article Was Written/Published By: Laura Tucker

How to Use OpenPGP Encryption for Emails in Thunderbird

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Mozilla Thunderbird recently integrated OpenPGP right into the main application. No add-ons are needed for email privacy. OpenPGP’s world-class encryption is easy to set up and use without additional software.

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Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/706402/how-to-use-openpgp-encryption-for-emails-in-thunderbird/
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Dave McKay

How to Recall Sent Emails in Outlook

Featured-Image-Recall-Outlook-Emails.jpg Under specific circumstances, you can recall your emails in the Outlook desktop app. This is quite useful if you don’t want the recipients to read a particular message or you have a replacement message for them. The method to recall such Outlook emails are shown below. The only condition is that both the sender and the recipient should be using Microsoft 365 or Microsoft Exchange email accounts. For example, this technique would only work for the employees of the same organization who are using the Outlook program. Steps to Recall the Outlook Email After… Read more

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How to Open a PST File in Microsoft Outlook

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If you want to retrieve a single email from a backup file, importing that whole file of emails into Outlook is time-consuming overkill. Here’s how to open a PST file in Microsoft Outlook and browse the contents, no importing needed.

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Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/696401/how-to-open-a-pst-file-in-microsoft-outlook/
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How to Use vCalendar Files in Outlook

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Microsoft Outlook uses vCalendar files to exchange information about meetings and appointments with others in your home or organization. With vCalendar files, you can easily schedule appointments with others even if they’re not using Outlook as their primary calendar.

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Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/698067/how-to-use-vcalendar-files-in-outlook/
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Bryan Clark

How to Delete and Recover Deleted Emails in Gmail

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Deleting emails is just one of many steps for basic inbox hygiene, but with that comes the occasional accidental deletion of an important email. We’re here to show you how to both delete emails and, with some luck, recover them in Gmail.

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Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/701008/how-to-delete-and-recover-deleted-emails-in-gmail/
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Marshall Gunnell

How to Backup and Restore Emails in Microsoft Outlook

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Modern email systems keep your mail in the cloud so you can access it from anywhere, but even they have storage limits. Here’s how to take a backup of your Microsoft Outlook emails and restore it if you ever need those messages again.

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Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/695237/how-to-backup-and-restore-emails-in-microsoft-outlook/
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