On Thu, May 03, 2001 at 09:28:03AM +0200, Jani Taskinen wrote:
> On Thu, 3 May 2001, Alexander Bokovoy wrote:
> 
> >> This code branch should only be triggered if HAVE_IMAP_SSL is defined, which
> >> should only happen if you configure php --with-imap-ssl. If you're doing so,
> >> it's assumed that you've built c-client with SSL support.
> 
> >Current configure macros in PHP 4.0.x have flaw that breaks your
> >assumption. ext/imap uses several PHP_ARG_WITH() macros in order to find
> >out configuration options. When building ext/imap as standalone
> >dynamically loadable module via phpize (self-contained extension),
> >PHP_ARG_WITH() relies on the value of $php_always_shared (which is 'yes'
> >here) so result of PHP_ARG_WITH always be 'yes' regardless of user input
> >or system checks.
> 
> You're both wrong. This is really a bug in the IMAP-2001.beta sources.
> It's not possible to build it with SSL support on Unix.
> 
> >This is known bug since early March but nobody fixed it and in general
> >fixing requires serious rework of PHP4's configure macros concept.
> 
> Submit a patch or shut up.
> 
> --Jani
> 

Guys (and gals), my original message was simply stating the symptoms of
the 'bug' reported, then the actual solution for it.

It IS imap 2000*, not php.  It does not build itself with ssl unless
specifically told to.

The Makefile for imap explains.

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