Where does Mac Mail store its list of account emails (not the incoming, previous, etc., but the ones that you can enter via preferences for your own email addresses). I'd like to rearrange the list so that my most used ones are at the top (to decrease "scrolling & squinting," as I call it), and the "Edit Email Addresses" optionin the Mail > Preferences > Accounts > Email Address popup doesn't allow reordering or sorting, only adding or removing, and "Adding" always sticks them at the bottom of the list. I'd prefer not to manually remove and re-add them all in my preferred order, as I have a lot of them, owning or controlling about 20 wildcard-capable domains, and having been on "The Internet" since before it WAS "The Internet" [back when we had to "Bang-Path" emails to get them to their destination. Certainly before Al Gore invented "The Internet" ] I've looked in the ~Library/Mail and ~Library/Application Support/Mail folders and don't see anything that looks remotely like it could be what I am looking for, and Search / Spotlight are almost always useless pieces of crapola, but especially in any of the system's folders. I'm ass/u/ming it's a plist somewhere, or some other recognizable format, but I can't find it. Edit: BTW, I have found this: ~/Library/Mail V2/MailData/Accounts.plist, which DOES have a list (array) of each email address for each account, but it's old, and the modified date on the file is over 3½ years old. There is a corresponding ~/Library/Mail V6/MailData/ that has more recent stuff in it (some stuff modified today, in fact), but no Accounts.plist file Totally stumped.