|Dec 29, 2010, 11:24 AM||#4|
Still in <home>/Library/Mail, but hidden
Mail still appears to store messages in <home>/Library/Mail, but the files are hidden from the Finder.
If you open your Terminal, you can do "cd Library/Mail" and you'll be in the directory where the messages are. "du -sh *" will show the size of each file or folder in that directory; "ls -al" will list the files and folders.
|Jul 19, 2011, 12:14 AM||#5|
Apple Mail files are in Home/Library/Mail
Apple Mail files are in Home/Library/Mail. The key is to close the Mail program first. When the Mail program is open, the Mail folder is hidden in the Library folder. This prevents you from tampering and causing problems by changing files while the Mail program is active.
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