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Where Direct Mail saves your data

Direct Mail stores all of your data in a Project file on your Mac. Your first Project is created for you automatically when you launch Direct Mail. It is saved in your Documents folder and is named "Direct Mail Project".

If you have moved your project to the cloud, then your data lives in the cloud. Cloud projects can be accessed from any Mac that has Direct Mail installed (and that you have signed in to) by choosing File > "Open from Cloud" from the menu bar. Click here for more information about moving your projects to the cloud.

If you are having trouble locating your Direct Mail project on your Mac, the Direct Mail application can help you search for it. Here's how:

  1. Open Direct Mail
  2. Choose Help > Search for Projects from the menu bar at the top of your screen

A window will appear while the search is performed. All Direct Mail projects found on your Mac's hard drive will be listed in the search window.

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