Guys, you've never let me down before, and this is a big one. I recently purchased a new MBP to replace my five year old machine. Once I had everything I wanted (I thought) transferred off my old MBP, I reformatted the HD and did a clean install of Mountain Lion (I will be giving the old machine to my administrative assistant for use in the office). So far, so good. But then I realized that all of my emails are not saved on the net, but downloaded to various local folders (or they were) on my old MBP. I've recovered the occasional lost message before using Time Machine. But now of course, I'm having to browse TM from the new computer. I just need to be able to show my ~/library folder so that I can find the messages saved in the Mail.app. (Or if there's a better way, please let me know). I found the Terminal command to show the library on the HDD, but it of course had no effect on the Time Machine disk. I don't know enough about Terminal to figure out the path I need to make it show the Library Folder. If anyone has any insight, you'll be saving my butt; I'm an attorney, and some of these emails are rather important.