Ryo Chijiiwa wrote:
>I don't think the Status header is officially part of any standard, but
>it shouldn't be difficult to detect it anyway. Can you send me some
>samples of the header (both read/unread, and any others)?
As you can read at:
This field is used by some mail delivery systems to indicate the status
of delivery for this message when stored. Common values of this field are:
U message is not downloaded and not deleted.
R message is read or downloaded.
O message is old but not deleted.
D to be deleted.
N new (a new message also sometimes is distinguished by not having any
'Status:' header field.
Combinations of these characters can occur, such as 'Status: OR' to
indicate that a message is downloaded but not deleted. Non-standard,
should never appear in mail in transit.