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IChatterji
Fluorite | Level 6

Hello,

I am trying to keep a copy of emails that I send using SAS in my "Sent" folder. I am able to successfully send emails but the emails do not show up in my "Sent" folder. My current workaround is to mark a copy of the emails to myself, so as have a copy in my "Inbox". However, I have recently come across the following code snippet in C# that I am hoping to add to my SAS code. I will appreciate any tips/ relevant papers in the right direction.

Append the sent mail to the “Sent” folder using the IMAP protocol in C#:

 

            using (var client = new ImapClient())

            {

                client.Connect(_host, _imapPort, _useSsl ? SecureSocketOptions.SslOnConnect : SecureSocketOptions.None);

                client.Authenticate(_user, _pwd);

                IMailFolder sentFolder = client.GetFolder("INBOX.Sent");

               _ = sentFolder.Append(mailMessage);

                client.Disconnect(true);

            }

 

best wishes,

IC

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rudfaden
Pyrite | Level 9

Would it be better to make a textfile or dataset and write information on the email you send to that file.

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