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my e mail account has been misbehaving, i was fiddling with it and i erased my account, thus erasing a year and a half of saved e mail.

but i have time machine. its up to date. SOoooooooo... what i am looking for when i restore it?
is it in a folder in library?

help please

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Open up mail (mailboxes visible), then open up time machine. That should be all you need to do.

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a ) thank you

b) it was so easy

c) Ahhhh.... leopard.

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it was the first time i've really messed something up.

it was like "OH SON OF A ... oh wait. time machine. this shouldn't be a big deal at all"

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