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c# IMAP moving an email from one folder to another rquire syntax

Posted on 2011-09-22
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have a folder inbox.data
and wish t move the email to save.done
and just cannot get the a syntax correct
can any one point me in the right direction
am using visual studios 2005 and using csharp
thanks in adance
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had a look at this client, there must be lines of code some were the explains what and how to do this, i do not want to lock into a component were i cannot manipulate the code as i wish and i am sure that this is a common problem and is just a couple of line when you know how to code imap
any other ideas? thanks so far
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thanks i am using this lib and does what i need it to
thanks for the help
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