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sarahmcjj
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Posted: 11 July 2022 at 3:11pm | IP Logged Quote sarahmcjj

I have loaded .eml mail which contains just headers and was not completely downloaded, caught two malfunctions

MailMessage.IsEntire Property and its provided sample ALWAYS returns TRUE, even for the incomplete emails

DecryptAndVerify2 silently exits the code without throwing any exception when called on this message
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Posted: 12 July 2022 at 1:30am | IP Logged Quote Alex

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MailMessage.IsEntire Property and its provided sample ALWAYS returns TRUE, even
for the incomplete emails

You probably downloaded it from file or memory, not a mail server. IsEntire is set by MailBee.NET when downloading email from IMAP or POP3 in header-only mode. It has nothing to do with the message format or content (we cannot derive if the message is entire or not, from its content).

I.e. if you download a message in header-only mode, IsEntire is false. Now if you save it into a file and then load from that file again, IsEntire will be true.

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DecryptAndVerify2 silently exits the code without throwing any exception when called on this message


For me, email with this header but without any body does throw an exception in this case.

Content-Disposition: attachment;
     name="smime.p7m"

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