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Where the mails were physically stored in Entourage

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I have setup my email account in Entourage. There are top level, "My Email account" and "On My Computer". All mails stored in "My Email account" is stored under a database under /users/[username]/documents/microsoft/user data/office 2008/identities/Main Identity.

All the mails under /[username]/library/caches/metadata/microsoft/entourage/2008/main identity/messages.

I need to restore some mails under "On My Computer" two days ago but I couldn't find those mails in my Time machine. Have any idea where the emails are stored under "On My Computer". How can I restored those mails from the Time Machine ?

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I haven't use Entourage, but if it acts anything like most apps in OSX, the files will be found within the  /users/[username]/Library/ folder under applications or some other folder.
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Sorry, the correct path would be /users/[username]/Library/Preferences/ folder
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I did find this: http://www.entourage.mvps.org/database/index.html#db1

I hope this is helpful.
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