I'm sure this question has been asked a million times before, but my google and SE search-fu is failing me today.
One of my e-mail host recently shut down. I was naive enough to trust Thunderbird's settings of keeping offline copies and "never deleting" to not allow messages to be removed from my local copy. However, rather than deny login access to the mail server, it looks like the old host wiped my mailbox.
I have an INBOX and INBOX.msf that are not anywhere close to 0K in size (and an INBOX.sbd directory that is), so I'm hoping that the content is in the INBOX+msf, waiting to be undeleted and extracted/exported. So, other than opening this file in Thunderbird, what are my options to read or universally archive my Inbox files (that doesn't have the risk of me accidentally logging back into the server and re-creating the problem)?