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Listmessages from IEWSClient returns null for From property for INBOX

After upgrading to current version (17.6), for office 365 accounts, the LisMessages method of the IEWSClient returns all messages with null in the From property for the Inbox folder of the account; messages returned with the same method for any other folders have the property correctly populated.
This is he code used (please note the “is null for inbox” comment):
public override int ListMessagesInFolder(ref GridView gridView, string folderUri, string searchText)
{
try
{
Aspose.Email.Tools.Search.MailQuery mQuery = Common.GetMailQuery(searchText);
ExchangeMessageInfoCollection msgCollection = null;
msgCollection = client.ListMessages(folderUri, Common.MaxNumberOfMessages,
ExchangeListMessagesOptions.FetchAttachmentInformation);
List messagesList = new List();

            foreach (ExchangeMessageInfo msg in msgCollection)
            {
                if (msg.HasAttachments)
                {
                    messagesList.Add(new Message()
                    {
                        UniqueUri = msg.UniqueUri,
                        Date = Common.FormatDate(msg.Date),
                        Subject = Common.FormatSubject(msg.Subject),
                        From = Common.FormatSender(msg.From),//is null for inbox
                        Attachment = "Several"
                    });
                    foreach (ExchangeAttachmentInfo att in msg.Attachments)
                    {
                        messagesList.Add(new Message()
                        {
                            UniqueUri = msg.UniqueUri,
                            Date = string.Empty,
                            Subject = string.Empty,
                            From = string.Empty,
                            Attachment = att.Name
                        });
                    }
                }
                else
                {
                    try
                    {
                        messagesList.Add(new Message()
                        {
                            UniqueUri = msg.UniqueUri,
                            Date = Common.FormatDate(msg.Date),
                            Subject = Common.FormatSubject(msg.Subject),
                            From = Common.FormatSender(msg.From),//is null for inbox
                            Attachment = "None"
                        });
                    }
                    catch (Exception ex)
                    {
                        string iscript = "$.iDatixNotification({ text:'Could not load message: '" + ex.Message + ",level: 'error'});";
                        //ScriptManager.RegisterClientScriptBlock(this, this.GetType(), "poploadm" + Guid.NewGuid().ToString(), iscript, true);
                    }
                }
            }

            gridView.DataSource = messagesList;
            gridView.DataBind();
            gridView.Visible = true;

            return msgCollection.Count;
        }
        catch (Exception ex)
        {
            var x = ex.Message;
            string iscript = "$.iDatixNotification({ text:'Could not load messages: '" + ex.Message + ",level: 'error'});";
            //ScriptManager.RegisterClientScriptBlock(this, this.GetType(), "poploadm" + Guid.NewGuid().ToString(), iscript, true);
        }
        return 0;
    }

Thx

@flopez,

Thank you for posting your inquiry.

We have investigated this issue at our end and were not able to reproduce the problem with Office 365 test account. The From property is read fine from the ExchangeMessageInfo. Could you please try with the following test account and let us know your feedback?

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