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function imap_open access cyrus-imapd 2.2.3 error--------user notfound!


I have written a php scripts to test my mail server which built with
Cyrus-imapd 2.2.3 OpenLDAP Postfix.

if(!imap_open(" {MailServerDoma in:143/imap/notls}INBOX","u sername","passw ord"))
echo "error is ".imap_last_err or()."\n";
echo "successful ";
But the browser told me that:
Warning: imap_open(): Couldn't open stream {localhost:143/notls}INBOX in
/var/www/hartt.realss/egroupware/dawnlinux.php on line 2
error is Can not authenticate to IMAP server: user not found

But i test this script with another Mailserver which built with the some
version softwares but the cyrus-imapd 2.1.15.

And it could response that "successful ".

And all the two server could access by Mozilla-Thunderbird and could
send and receive messages correctly.

what wrong with it?

Thank you in advance!
Jul 17 '05 #1
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