Date Property

Contains the date and time of the moment when the message was received by the server.

This may be different from RFC822Date specified in the message headers.

You can use GetDateFromString method of the Message object to convert this value from String type into Date type.

Value Type: String
Parameters: None 
Remarks: This property is read-only

Usage example:

' This sample displays Date for the last message in Inbox
Dim Mailer, Envelopes, Envelope
'Using visual basic to create object
Set Mailer = CreateObject("MailBee.IMAP4")
'Using ASP to create object
'Set Mailer = Server.CreateObject("MailBee.IMAP4")
'In ASP use Response.Write instead of MsgBox
Mailer.EnableLogging = True
Mailer.LogFilePath = "C:\Temp\imap4_log.txt"
Mailer.LicenseKey = "put your license key here"
If Mailer.Connect("", 143, "MyName", "MyPassword") Then
  If Mailer.SelectMailbox("Inbox") Then
    Set Envelopes = Mailer.RetrieveEnvelopes(Mailer.MessageCount, Mailer.MessageCount, False)
    If Not Envelopes Is Nothing Then
      For Each Envelope In Envelopes
        MsgBox Envelope.Date
    End If
  End If
End If

See Also:

RFC822Date Property

Message.GetDateFromString Method

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