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I'm following this example for fetching oldest/newest emails in a loop to get the latests ones first, but it keep getting the emails from 64 and down, out a total of 116 emails.


int numMessages = [[self NumMessages] intValue];

CkoEmail *newestEmail;
for (int emailNum = numMessages; emailNum > 0; emailNum--) {
    newestEmail = [self FetchSingle: [NSNumber numberWithInt:emailNum] bUid:YES];
    if (!(newestEmail == nil )) {
        NSLog(@"FromAddress: %@ Subject: %@", newestEmail.FromAddress, newestEmail.Subject);

Am I doing something wrong? Because I copied and pasted the code from your examples, I just made it in a loop because the example pulls the latest email alone only. Thanks!

asked Sep 02 '14 at 11:21

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The 2nd argument to FetchSingle indicates whether the 1st argument is a UID or a sequence number. Given your code snippet, it is obvious you are passing sequence numbers, but you are incorrectly indicating UIDs (the 2nd are is bUid:YES. It should be bUid:NO)


answered Sep 02 '14 at 13:51

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chilkat ♦♦

Oh wow, thanks! This fixed this problem and my other problem, no need to email ou guys anymore. Instead of getting the sequence number it got the missing bUID number and crashed.

(Sep 02 '14 at 16:56) emotality
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