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M2E plugin is installed, but Eclipse doesn't give me the opiton to import an existing Maven project

Dave Alvarado
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I'm using Eclipse Juno on mac 10.7.5. I'm trying to recover from a workspace crash. I want to import an existing Maven project, but when I got to File -> Import, "Existing Maven Project" isn't part of the list of options. I went to verify if the M2E plugin was installed and indeed it is. I get the error

when I go to "Help" -> "Install New Software", select the URL "Maven Integration for Eclipse -"; and check the box for "Maven Integration for Eclipse". Any ideas how to make Eclipse recognize my Maven project?
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