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niklas
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Posted: 08 November 2008 at 2:35am | IP Logged Quote niklas

Hi,

I manage to create the script to get all the unread messages in the mailbox "Inbox". But I have several sub folders in the inbox folder and some emails are forwarded into these sub folders.

Ex.

> Inbox

    > Webb
    > Other
    > Logins


If I have unread messages in the folder Webb it wont be counted in the script.

Please can you help me. I use regular asp code.


Dim objIMAP4, objMsg

Set objIMAP4 = Server.CreateObject("MailBee.IMAP4")

objIMAP4.LicenseKey = "xxxx"
objIMAP4.ServerName = "xxxx"
objIMAP4.UserName = "xxxx"
objIMAP4.Password = "xxxx"

If objIMAP4.Connect Then

     objIMAP4.SelectMailbox "Inbox"

     Response.Write objIMAP4.MessageCount & " messages in Inbox<br>"

     arrNew = objIMAP4.Search(False, "UNSEEN")

     Response.Write UBound(arrNew) - LBound(arrNew) + 1

Else

End If

objIMAP4.Disconnect
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Igor
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Posted: 10 November 2008 at 4:04am | IP Logged Quote Igor

We've replied to your request sent via Request Support form.

This is an expected behavior, as messages of Inbox subfolder don't count towards number of messages in Inbox folder itself.

If you need to calculate number of messages in Inbox folder and its subfolders (and their subfolders and so on), you need to retrieve list of subfolders recursively and process every subfolder.

You may use RetrieveMailboxes method to get the list of all mailboxes (i.e. folders) on your IMAP account.

Regards,
Igor
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