Message and Attachment object properties

Message objects are retrieved out of the aMessages array. Each element in the array is a message object. Each message can optionally contain array of attachments if ParseMultipartMessage() was called for the message. Each element in the attachment array is an attachment object.

The properties for these objects are as follows:

Message Object:

cSubject
Subject of the message.

cBody
The content of the message.

cFromEmail
The email address of the sender.

cFromName
The name of the sender. If not provided this may be the email address only.

cTo
The recipient of the message. Full email address and name.

nSize
Size of the message in bytes - rough size that includes the header and attachments.

cContentType
The content type of the message. text/plain, text/html are common. Multipart messages can also be parsed.

cDate
A date string that is supplied if the mail client stamped the message. May be empty in many cases.

cMultipartBoundary
Multipart boundary - internal property used in parsing multipart messages

cFullText
The entire message as retrieved from the mail box. Unparsed including SMTP header.

nAttachments
Number of attachments. Set only when ParseMultipartMessages() is called.

aAttachments
Array of attachments if any. Set only when ParseMultipartMessages() is called.


Attachment Object:

cFileName
Name of the file attached.

cBody
The binary content of the file.

nSize
Size of the file.

cContentSize
Content type of the file.


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