On Thu, Jun 15, 2000 at 11:20:27AM +0100, Donncha O Caoimh mentioned:
> I don't think this will work. Aren't cookies only supposed to be sent
> back to the host that sent them? Or can it be as broad as "the domain
> that sent them"?
It will work. The cookies are being sent back to the webserver. It's
re-writing them, and sending them onto the client. It works. Trust me ;)
> Hmm.. forget the above (I'm leaving it in because I think it's useful :)
> I re-read your mail.
> It could be as simple as IMP expected a different submit method? When
> you login do you use the post or get method?
I'm using post. There is something different in what I'm doing, and what
IMP does when it's authenticating. The actual authentication does work,
i've traced that. But, the second time that mailbox.php3 runs, when i feed
it a hordesession cookie back, something blips, and goes funny.
> If you can, run phpinfo() in mailbox.php3 and/or just print out the
> contents of $form_data to see what's happening!
Will phpinfo() printout the post data ?
The words of the unwary are apt to cause needless pain and bloody violence.
- Zen Master Greg
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