I also think there are a few bugs with IMAP.  I have 4.0.1 (time to update,
I know...see below) and have experienced a few problems with the imap_*()

1 - Enabled pop3d on system; set protocol to pop3; unable to retrieve
mailbox listings.  Pop3d working properly under manual connections (telnet
to localhost port 110)
2 - Swtiched to imapd; connections work perfectly; when listing mailboxes I
instead get a list of *every single file* on my system.

Mind you I've not used these functions in the past; however, I don't see how
this could be expected behavior.

Tried to upgrade yesterday but it seemed as if there was a problem with the
archive.  Recieved unexpected EOF in archive file.  I didn't get a chance to
re-download it, I'll do that today and report if there are any problems

Mike Frazer

"Cary Mathews" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> I've been trying to compile php_4.1.1 with imap support for the last
> couple of days (seems like weeks!). I have the OpenBSD 2.9 ports version
> of the c-client2000 libraries, along with the source of pine4.44, which
> uses the same libraries, I think.  I can ./configure --with-imap={lib dir}
> and it configures and builds just fine.  But when I attempt to install it
> as a DSO in Apache, and do an apachectl configtest I get the following:
> /usr/libexec/ld.so: Undefined symbol "_mail_string" in
> httpd:/usr/local/apache/libexec/libphp4.so
> So I try to install it as a static module in Apache, and Apache bombs on
> the build with:
> /usr/libexec/ld.so: Undefined symbol "_mm_dlog" in
> gen_test_char:{lib dir}/libc-client.so.2.1
> *** Error code 1
> In short, I think the c-client libraries are broken, at least as far as
> php is concerned, but the php documentation says that the c-client libs
> are required for IMAP support.  Can someone help me understand what I am
> doing wrong?
> Thanks in advance,
> Cary

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