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Posted: 23 February 2020 at 8:00pm | IP Logged Quote wzh

How do I synchronize all folders in a single mailbox,idle only select one folder.
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Posted: 24 February 2020 at 1:16am | IP Logged Quote Alex

You can make multiple connections to the same mail account, each connection to a separate folder.

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Posted: 24 February 2020 at 1:19am | IP Logged Quote Alex

Also, some mail servers (e.g. Gmail) support AllMail folder which you can monitor.

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Posted: 24 February 2020 at 4:51pm | IP Logged Quote wzh

Write it as follows: run exception,Can you provide sample code,thanks.

var imp = new Imap();
imp.Login(textBoxLogin.Text, textBoxPassword.Text);
               LogMessage("Logged into the server");

               // Select Inbox folder
               imp.SelectFolder("Inbox");

               // Add message status event handler which will "listen to server" while idling
               imp.MessageStatus += new ImapMessageStatusEventHandler(imp_MessageStatus);

               // Add idling event handler which is used for timer
               imp.Idling += new ImapIdlingEventHandler(imp_Idling);

               // Start idle timer
               TimerStart();

               // Start idling
               imp.BeginIdle(new AsyncCallback(IdleCallback), null);
               LogMessage("Started idling inbox");

               // Select 已发送 folder
               imp.SelectFolder("已发送");

               // Add message status event handler which will "listen to server" while idling
               imp.MessageStatus += new ImapMessageStatusEventHandler(imp_MessageStatus);

               // Add idling event handler which is used for timer
               imp.Idling += new ImapIdlingEventHandler(imp_Idling);

               // Start idle timer
               TimerStart();

               // Start idling
               imp.BeginIdle(new AsyncCallback(IdleCallbackOutbox), null);
               LogMessage("Started idling outbox");
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Posted: 25 February 2020 at 1:58am | IP Logged Quote Alex

I recommend .net 4.5 approach with async/await methods.

https://afterlogic.com/files/IdleAsyncSample.zip

We don't have a sample with monitoring multiple folders but the idea is to create a separate thread, separate connection (including separate Imap object) for each folder.

Also, with async/await synchronization primitives, you can use Task.WaitAny pattern instead of creating multiple threads to achieve better performance in case if you have lots of mail accounts to monitor.

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