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We use Public Folders for a variety of things, and have thousands of old messages in subfolders of Public Folders. Under Mac OS Mail, using the Account "Keep copies for offline" Preference of "All messages but omit attachments" all these messages get cached to the local Mail.app IMAP message cache. This is 9GB of data on my HD, which is an SSD, so space is at a premium.

Does anyone know of a way to keep my mailbox (inbox, sent, personal folders) cached locally, but not the Public Folders?
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Right click on the folder on the left and select "Get Account info" you should be able to select the folder you want to subscribe in "Subscription list"

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This will indeed turn Public Folders on and off in Mail.app. However, what I need is to be able to access Public Folders, but not store the contents on the local machine. Essentially, if there was a way to make the User's folders behave like the "All Messages and their attachments" Offline Viewing setting while making Public Folders behave like the "Don't Keep Copies of Any Message" setting.

Is there any plist hack anyone knows of?

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