I managed to be somewhat succesfull while trying to get PHP4 and IMP to get quota information from my IMAP server (Vircom's VOPMail for Windows NT/2000 - available from www.vircom.com).
I changed the script a little bit to talk right to Vircom's IMAP server but its response differs a little from what RFC 2087 says. While Vircom replies with (STORAGE 10 20480 TRIGGER 0 17408), PHP4's get_imap_quota expects (STORAGE 10 20480), without the TRIGGER. The result is that PHP4 is considering the usage to be 0 and the quota 17408. Looks like it gets the last two numbers it finds and uses it, but I'm not sure... I'm no C programmer and couldn't actually find the way that PHP4 and/or WU IMAP c-client tries to understand the output from the server. So, could anyone point to me the way to change this behavior and understand my server's information? -- Luiz Lima Image Link Internet http://www.imagelink.com.br -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php