SystemMessageFlags Enumeration
Defines the standard (system) flags which can be set or examined for mail messages in the folder.

Namespace: MailBee.ImapMail
Assembly: MailBee.NET (in MailBee.NET.dll) Version: 11.2.0 build 590 for .NET 4.5
Syntax
[FlagsAttribute]
public enum SystemMessageFlags
Members
  Member nameValueDescription
None0 No flags set.
Seen1 Message has been read.
Answered2 Message has been answered.
Flagged4 Message is "flagged" for urgent/special attention.
Deleted8 Message is "deleted" for removal by later Expunge or Close.
Draft16 Message has not completed composition (marked as a draft).
Recent32 Message is "recently" arrived in this folder. This session is the first session to have been notified about this message; if the session is read-write (the folder was selected with SelectFolder(String) method), subsequent sessions will not see "\Recent" set for this message. If the folder was selected in read-only mode (using ExamineFolder(String) method), "\Recent" flag will not be removed from the message. This flag can not be altered by the client.
CanCreate64 "\*" flag. This special flag may appear only in Imap.PermanentFlags.SystemFlags value. If it's present, it indicates it's possible to create new flags in this folder by attempting to set those flags for messages.
Other128 There are some other (non-system) flags set. The developer may examine AllFlags property of MessageFlagSet object to get the list of all flags set.
Remarks

To examine flags of an existing message (or messages), the developer can use DownloadEnvelopes(String, Boolean, EnvelopeParts, Int32) method setting Flags bit in parts parameter value. Then, the developer should iterate through the returned EnvelopeCollection and examine Envelope.Flags property value. This property returns MessageFlagSet object which represents all flags of the message including both system flags and non-standard flags.

System flags can be examined via SystemFlags property of MessageFlagSet object.

To set specific system flags for messages, the developer can use SetMessageFlags(String, Boolean, SystemMessageFlags, MessageFlagAction) method.

See MessageFlagSet topic on more information regarding message flags.

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