Which Windows folder contains contacts and distribution lists?

When I export eM contacts to a csv file and then import that csv file into another eM Client, the Distribution lists are imported as a contact (the list name), not as a list. If I knew in which Windows folder contains the Distribution Lists, then perhaps Ii could transfer those files.

I figured it out and was able to work around the problem. FYI, here is what I did:

I renamed the /AppData/Roaming/eM Client/ folder as eM Client Orig. I then copied the entire /AppData/Roaming/eM Client/ folder from the old PC to the new PC. Everything copied perfectly, including the contacts, distribution lists, rules, folders, and emails. The distribution lists and contact list work just fine. I used the TeamViewer.com remote control program’s file transfer feature to do the transfer from PC to PC.