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Mail - transferring rules from old account

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How can I transfer/migrate my mail rules from an older account on my G4 mac mini (os 10.4.11) to my new account on my newer mac mini (10.6.8).

I have my mail folders but I just copied the mail stuff from my user library to my new user library. The rules did not come over.

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