Got another solution. So far the first solution not using the /e
modifier. It's not realy the best solution, but I'm still trying to
improve it. Getting closer every time...

--- PHP code ---
<PRE>
<?php

$mem = "Hello world! http://www.helloworld.com\n
Hello world! ftp://ftp.server.com\n
Hello world www.helloworld.com";

/* ------ ! Fourth regexp ! ------ */
$mem = preg_replace ("/\s+([http:|ftp:]*(\/\/)*)(\S+\.\S+)/m",
        " <A href=\"http://\\1\\3\";>http://\\1\\3</A>",
        $mem);
$mem = preg_replace ("/http:\/\/([http:\/\/|ftp:\/\/]+)/m",
        "\\1", $mem);

print ($mem);

?>
</PRE>
--- End of PHP code ---

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