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[Phpgroupware-tracker] [bug #1257] pop3 failed authentication gives us

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Subject: [Phpgroupware-tracker] [bug #1257] pop3 failed authentication gives us an infinite loop
Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2003 22:09:27 -0400
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=================== BUG #1257: LATEST MODIFICATIONS ==================

Changes by: Dave Hall <address@hidden>
Date: Fri 06/27/2003 at 12:09 (Australia/Melbourne)

            What     | Removed                   | Added
              Status | Open                      | Closed

=================== BUG #1257: FULL BUG SNAPSHOT ===================

Submitted by: cbsman                  Project: phpGroupWare                 
Submitted on: Mon 09/23/2002 at 01:07
Category:  email                      Bug Group:  0.9.14 release            
Severity:  5 - Major                  Priority:  Normal                     
Resolution:  Works for me             Assigned to:  angles                  
Status:  Closed                       Component Version:  TGZ               
Platform Version:  None               Reproducibility:  Every Time          

Summary:  pop3 failed authentication gives us an infinite loop

Original Submission:  I'd  like to report that there is a bug in the "close" 
function in the "" file that works like this:
failed pop3 authentication makes mail_dcom->open() (as defined in file 
"") to call mail_dcom->error() which in turn 
tries to close the connection by calling mail_dcom->close().
But the pop3 connection has been closed already by the server, so 
mail_dcom->close() fails to do so and calls mail_dcom->error() to handle the 
situation, which in turn calls mail_dcom->close(), and so on.
The quick solutions is to comment out the $this->error() call in the 
mail_dcom->close() (defined in "").

Follow-up Comments

Date: Fri 11/29/2002 at 11:10       By: skwashd
This has been corrected in CVS.

To grab a complete update of all fixes:

1)  Check to see if you have cvs installed: 'cvs --help'.
1a) If not, install a copy of cvs-cli from your favorite 

2)  Then just type:
    'cd <your phpgroupware dir>; cvs update -dP'.

You can do step 2 as many times in a day as you wish, and 
will always get the most current bug fixes.


Date: Thu 11/21/2002 at 13:07       By: alexbsa
Please try the latest email in cvs stable. I cant reproduce this on my setup. 

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