You ignore warnings on irc, so here goes bug report.
In SquirrelMail 1.4.10/1.5.2svn sqsession_is_active() function was modified to call session_start() every time it is called. 'Session started' error messages are suppressed with @. But @ also disables other session_start() errors.
It makes debugging harder, because scripts will fail without error output when session extension is not available. All session write notices are disabled.
Please confirm that Paul's observations about session_id behaviour in #1685031 'session is closed before webmail_top hook' bug report are based on standard unmodified SquirrelMail scripts and standard PHP session extension.
session_id returns session id string after session is closed with session_write_close() function call in PHP 4.1.2, 4.4.4, 4.4.7, 5.2.0 and 6-dev.
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