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Posted: 26 November 2010 at 5:18am | IP Logged Quote bueroplan

Hello Experts,

I would like to export all mails from a given PST file. For this I use the following code:


PstReader objPstReader = null;
PstFolderCollection objPstFolders = null;
MailMessage objMail = null;
string strPstName = Path.GetFileNameWithoutExtension(strPstFile).ToUpper();
string strFilename = String.Empty;
DateTime dtiReceived = DateTime.Now;
int i = 0;

objPstReader = new PstReader(strPstFile);
objPstFolders = objPstReader.GetPstRootFolders(true);

foreach (PstFolder objPstFolder in objPstFolders)
{
   foreach (PstItem objItem in objPstFolder.Items)
   {
       if ((objItem != null) && (objItem.PstType == PstItemType.Message))
       {
            objMail = ((PstMessage)objItem).GetAsMailMessage(true);
            if (objMail != null)
            {
                dtiReceived = objMail.DateReceived;   // <<--- DateTime.MinValue ist returned
                strFilename = Path.Combine(strExportDir, String.Format("{0}-{1:yyyyMMddHHmmss}{2:00000000}.EML", dtiReceived, strPstName, ++i));

                objMail.SaveMessage(strFilename);
            }
       }
   }


The export in EML-Files is actually correct, but the received-date of the e-mail is not read correctly. It is always DateTime.MinValue (01/01/01).

Can you help me?
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Posted: 26 November 2010 at 12:59pm | IP Logged Quote Alex

Use HelpDesk to submit the .PST file in question.

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Posted: 30 November 2010 at 12:52am | IP Logged Quote Igor

The file is received, developers will take a look.

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Posted: 06 December 2010 at 7:31am | IP Logged Quote Igor

Try the updated version of MailBee.NET.dll and let us know if the update helps.

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Posted: 06 December 2010 at 11:44am | IP Logged Quote bueroplan

With the new version of MailBee.NET.dll 'DateReceived' is now displayed correctly.
Thank you very much.

Unfortunately, I realized that the property 'DateSent' show also always '01.01.0001'. Can you repair this property also?

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Posted: 07 December 2010 at 5:19am | IP Logged Quote Igor

The thing is, regular EML message doesn't hold DateSent info, we've added it specifically for MSG-EML conversion.

You can try using the following code:

Code:
foreach (PstItem item in fItem.Items)
  {
   if (item != null && item.PstType == PstItemType.Message)
   {
    MailMessage mimeVersion = ((PstMessage)item).GetAsMailMessage();

    Console.WriteLine(mimeVersion.Header s["X-Msg-ClientSubmitTime"]);


There's no guarantee it will work as expected though. Alternately, you can try using Date property instead.

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