Re-send as plain text.
On Mon, Mar 27, 2017 at 1:29 PM, Carlos E. R.
In general, if I need to read a non-open data format in Linux I check
out the libyal library to see if they happen to have a tool for that:
Approximately 50% of those packages are in openSUSE.
So if I had a PST file to try to parse, I would
and then look to see if there was a relevant tool for extracting
discrete emails from the PST.
What if it is protected by password?
(note PFF is a group of file types that include PSTs and OSTs).
As in encrypted? Or that Outlook requires you enter a password to access it?
Knowing libpff was written by incident responder for Google, I'm sure
he would simply ignore it if only a access control mechanism.
If it's encrypted, I don't see a way to enter a password (see "man
But, the README says: "handles corrupted encrypted PFF with encryption
In your shoes, I'd definitely give it a shot:
zypper in libpff-tools
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