PHP 5.6.0beta1 released

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marcin at koziarz dot pl
11 months ago
In ArchLinux, a php package provides this module, but it is disabled by default.
Simply uncomment a line (remove semicolon) in /etc/php/php.ini:

;extension=imap.so

to

extension=imap.so

and then, restart PHP.
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Robin Scurr
2 months ago
This applies to SUSE Linux

When I did "php -m" at the bash prompt, imap WAS listed as installed, however the results of <?php echo phpinfo(); ?> DID NOT have imap anywhere? All the *.ini files were processed from the \etc\php5\conf.d directory EXCEPT the imap.ini file.

I fixed this by adding to the file \etc\php5\apache2\php.ini the line:

extension=imap.so

... even though a file called imap.ini contained that same entry in \etc\php5\conf.d?

Explicitly entering the extension=imap.so in the php5.ini file fixed - you do have to restart PHP (reboot) after making the entry....

All is well now.
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dlaplant at integresystems dot com
5 years ago
For rhel4 add the libc-client-devel package
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clay at scvalleypopcorn dot com
5 years ago
apt-get install php5-imap

Works well also.... Enjoy
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Josecito
5 years ago
To install the IMAP module on Red Hat Linux Enterprise 4 (RHEL4):
- Open a terminal window
- If you're not root, become root with su
- type:
RPM -i php-imap
(RPM will download, install and resolve dependencies)
- restart your web server with:
service httpd restart

I hope this helps newbies (like me).
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dale3h
5 years ago
In CentOS:

yum install php-imap

Works like a charm!
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LZZ
5 years ago
On Gentoo:

edit /etc/make.conf and include imap to the USE flags,
then run

emerge php
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