'+OK' is not a valid integer value.

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'+OK' is not a valid integer value.

Post by Chris2 » Wed Jun 01, 2005 5:34 am

This error has been popping up about every 3rd or 4th mail check for the past 3 weeks. Telling the program to ignore connection or retrieve errors does not make this error go away. Version 3.0 did this and an upgrade to 3.1 did not make it go away either. Anyone have any thoughts?

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not OK?

Post by lemming » Wed Jun 08, 2005 4:40 pm

Hmm... +OK is a valid POP server response, but I dunno why you're getting the integer error message.

To quote RFC 1225:

"Responses in the POP3 consist of a success indicator and a keyword
possibly followed by additional information. All responses are
terminated by a CRLF pair. There are currently two success
indicators: positive ("+OK") and negative ("-ERR")."


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