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imap_errorsRetourne toutes les erreurs IMAP survenues


imap_errors(): array|false

Cette fonction retourne un tableau de tous les messages d'erreurs IMAP générés depuis le dernier appel à imap_errors() ou depuis le début de la page.

Lorsque imap_errors() est appelée, la pile d'erreurs est vidée.

Liste de paramètres

Cette fonction ne contient aucun paramètre.

Valeurs de retour

Cette fonction retourne un tableau contenant tous les messages d'erreur IMAP générés depuis le dernier appel à la fonction imap_errors() ou depuis le début de la page. Retourne false si aucun message d'erreur n'est disponible.

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User Contributed Notes 4 notes

Brandon Kirsch at perceptionilluminates dot com
10 years ago
If you do not use imap_errors() to clear the error stack, any errors that remain at the end of the script execution will be raised as PHP Notices.
Jeremy Glover
16 years ago
When calling imap_close($mbox), notices will be generated for each error that has occurred within the imap functions. To suppress these error messages (including Mailbox is empty, which is not really an error) simply call imap_errors() and then imap_close($mbox).
Luke Madhanga
8 years ago
For those curious, this function will return a linear array of strings as opposed to say error_get_last which returns an associative array of different things.


[0 => '[TRYCREATE] No folder {} (Failure)']
olliejones at gmail dot com
5 months ago
This can generate the string "Mailbox is empty" right after a call to imap_open(). That's not an error. That means something like this is not good enough to know the open failed due to a wrong password or host name or whatever. This

$imap = @imap_open( $mailbox, $user, $pass);
$errors = @imap_errors();
if ( $errors ) {
echo 'Login failed: ' . implode ('; ', $errors );

can output "Login failed: Mailbox is empty" which is silly.

Instead, check the return value from imap_open().

$imap = @imap_open( $mailbox, $user, $pass);
if ( ! $imap ) {
$errors = @imap_errors();
echo 'Login failed: ' . implode ('; ', $errors );
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