Goog suggestion. The user name is an email address so it does contain @.

Password is all pure lowercase ASCII.

Wonder if the shift-2 is causing the problem?

On 4/20/13 4:44 AM, Matijn Woudt wrote:
On Sat, Apr 20, 2013 at 10:36 AM, tamouse mailing lists <> wrote:

No, that's for writing safe html output.

If the user or password contains special chars, sending them through
htmlspecialchars would turn them into html entities. i doubt you want that.

I'm at a loss here.

Pretty much the same goes for me.

It could be charset issue, do your username and password consist of only
ASCII characters, or do they also contain others? If so, then it might be
that your sending these characters in a different charset.

- Matijn

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