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witterholt
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Posted: 10 December 2015 at 12:57am | IP Logged Quote witterholt

Hi,

Sometimes I get the following error when I use the "MoveMessages" method:

The server has responded with negative reply. The server responded: MBN00000010 NO Some of the requested messages no longer exist.

Is there any manner to avoid these problems? I tried to lookup the UID by MessageID just before I call the MoveMessages method to make sure I have the most recent one, but that did not help.

The version of the MailBee .NET Objects I am using is 10. The mail server is Microsoft Exchange.

Thanks in advance.
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Posted: 10 December 2015 at 1:18am | IP Logged Quote Alex

Hi,

Is any other client accessing the same mailbox when you're working with it?

If it does (and that another client deletes some messages from the mailbox), the problem is inevitable. IMAP is not transactional protocol and does not allow "locking" mailbox for some time to let you complete multiple actions as a single atomic operation.

If you're the only one who accesses the mailbox, the reason will be different and require more details: the log file where envelopes of all messages in questions are first retrieved (to confirm they are actually in the mailbox and then moved).

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