Apple Mail rules keep free to delete after E-mail-Reluanch

I had this problem since El Capitan went out and none of them updates have resolved this issue

every time I have an amendment to the rules of apple mail or make a rule after the closing and reopening of apple mail deleted all my custom rules

I noticed that apple mail refuses to create a file named "MessageRules.plist".

in: ~/Library/Mail/V3/MailData

the only basis of rule files that I find are:

RulesActiveState.plist

UnsyncedRules.plist

and they only contain the default rules as spam & new Apple when I try to delete one any of these rules and reload the apple mail they just don't back it is as I have no power to change the rules in apple mail or create my own custom rules. as soon as I simply deleted and sever, recorded in a file called MessageRules.plist

is there a way to fix this? I need my rules but apple mail completely refuses to save my rules and I reset the mail from apple several times...

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where 'and break saved in a file called MessageRules.plist' I meant ever recorded

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