importing IMAP file structure to my Mac Mail

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All these subfolders in my IMAP mail, I need to show up in the "MinistryIdeaz" folder over to the left in the Mac mail.

How do I do this?

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8046586Commented:
When you create the account, you have to point incoming e-mails to "Ministrydeaz" (for that account only). If you have the same file structure on your server, then it will be synchronized in the folder too. If you do not have the folder structure, then you need to import folders from another place (ex. Outlook) and maintain the e-mail flow with rules.

https://www.macworld.com/article/2151263/importing-windows-outlook-messages-into-apples-mail.html

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greghollAuthor Commented:
thanks. so they'll all be mixed with my existing folders, right? i.e. sent emails, etc.  ??
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