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hello

again sorry for all the questions.

i like to have imap support on my apache server
on the php site i have taked a look and they say you must do some things before you can use it.

i don't understand what they mean (you must download and install thing but how)

so is ther a tut for setting up php whith imap support so you can use the commands
(php site http://nl2.php.net/manual/nl/ref.imap.php)

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Old 2nd April 2006, 21:40
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after some f*cking around i came to the conclusion that it was easy to do only they have writen it realy bad

so i have now imap support

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