Is there some setting I’m missing? Or what?
See if this doesn't help:I can't find my many STICKIES from the old iMac. Any idea where they might be?
Your Stickies notes are stored in a file called StickiesDatabase. You can find it by following this path youruserfolder/Library/StickiesDatabase. Just copy that file from this location on your iMac to the same location on your MacBook Pro (replacing the StickiesDatabase file on your laptop).
Why not include and import them both, at least you shouldn't lose anything that way but may end up with duplicates. I have no idea what "two similar Apple mail accounts" actually mean, nor what they might contain. I would doubt if they were both duplicated if used by a single user whether they were POP or IMAP accounts.I have two similar Apple mail accounts. Not sure which one to dump. Or can I dump both and add the primary account?
It sounds like something went bad in the migration. If there was nothing on the new iMac you needed to keep I would wipe it, reinstall, and do the migration again. It should’ve brought all your mail folders and everything over. It should’ve been a one to one clone.Got stickies transferred! 👍
My two email accounts have identical emails, but have slightly different account names. And different mailbox folders. I will make one inactive to see which one to delete.
AND Any idea how to transfer dozens of mail folders to my new iMac? Otherwise I have to scroll down years to find key emails.
+1. That sounds like an excellent suggestion.It sounds like something went bad in the migration. If there was nothing on the new iMac you needed to keep I would wipe it, reinstall, and do the migration again.
pm-r I couldn't do a Migration because my old and new iMacs had different ports and I did not have the correct adaptors. Had to transfer files from an EHD. Then get Adobe help to reactivate three CS6 apps on my new iMac with OS10l.14.3. Took days and many call backs. All working now. Thanks for your suggestions.