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Doc Bug #62813 imap_fetchbody() manual claims to return "envelope" and "internal date"
Submitted: 2012-08-13 21:32 UTC Modified: 2017-01-28 12:08 UTC
From: thomas at landauer dot at Assigned:
Status: Open Package: IMAP related
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 [2012-08-13 21:32 UTC] thomas at landauer dot at
From manual page:

The first sentence contains 3 errors:
"Returns an object includes the envelope, internal date, size, flags and body structure along with a similar object for each mime attachment."

1) Should be "Returns an object THAT includes..."
2) What do you mean by "envelope"? I can't see anything from the envelope (i.e. the SMTP commands) in the objects list.
3) Where is the "internal date" in the objects list? This is the very thing I was looking for, so if you have any hints on how to get the INTERNALDATE attribute of the message, please let me know :-)
4) "mime" should probably be spelled as "MIME"


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