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Crashed Tiger Computer Transferring Mail to Leopard

Posted on 2011-09-29
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I have a hard disk from the crashed MacBook that I need to get the Tiger Apple Mail Messages imported into the Leopard Mail program.   Currently we have some messages in the Leopard Mail program.  I don't want to lose those message  if at all possible.

How do  I do this?  I know that I can import the files but I don't know where they are located.

Thanks,

Randal

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Anyone got any ideas?
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that was right on, thanks!
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