From: Peter Tirrell <ptirrell@pe...> - 2005-01-10 20:16:32
Was the "network errors" directed at my problem? I've checked with the
webhost and first, they don't support 3rd party apps, and second, they don't
seem to think there are any server problems. I'm just wondering what
exactly that line 208 in imap.inc is doing, and what that fsockopen()
function is. Is it a part of IlohaMail that my installation could have
corrupted? Or is it a part of PHP or something that would be on the server
side? Is there a way to debug it? Its kind of anonying. Thanks for any
> Message: 9
> To: "ilohamail-users" <ilohamail-users@...>
> Subject: Re: [Ilohamail-users] IMAP error question
> Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2005 09:53:08 -0600
> From: "Ryo Chijiiwa" <ryo@...>
> Reply-To: ilohamail-users@...
> I think this one is just caused by missing date headers in
> some of your messages. I'll add some validation code for
> that. It only occurs once, because header objects are
> cached, onced they've been parsed once.
> Your other errors look like network errors, which might be a
> server-side issue, although a session issue is also possible.
> On 1/10/2005, "Julian Golderer" <glua@...> wrote:
> >i also get a strange error:
> >there are many accounts on my server, but on one account, i
> always get
> >this error after the login:
> >Warning: strtotime() [function.strtotime]: Called with an empty time
> >parameter. in /home/www/ilohamail/include/imap.inc on line 539
> >after a refresh, i can't see this error any more for the
> whole session.
> >i'm wondering what that error means because all dates are shown.
> >julian golderer
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