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two mail accounts

mac mail 7.3 on mac 10.9. How can I separate the email accounts?

i clicked 'do not change'

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Change it. it's an error on the path settings to save your folders. if you don't change it, it may corrupt your mailbox in time.

Since it's map you can always set it up again. This mailbox syncs with the server. So all mail is also on the server.
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thanks for explanation and telling me to click change
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