[ZendTo] Re: IMAP authentication issue
Jules at Zend.To
Tue May 10 10:03:18 BST 2011
The only options to imap_open are all documented here:
It does give you quite a bit of flexibility, but I'm afraid I don't know
anything about problems with Zimbra in particular.
However, a quick bit of Googling produced these:
So the answer appears to lie in using at least "/novalidate-cert", and
possibly by actually doing a POP authentication rather than an IMAP one,
which the options let you do (see the 1st link above).
On 09/05/2011 17:17, Chris Barber wrote:
>> Unfortunately that's exactly the config that worked for me:
>> 'authenticator' => 'IMAP',
>> 'authIMAPServer' => 'imaphostname.dundee.ac.uk',
>> 'authIMAPDomain' => 'dundee.ac.uk',
>> For info, the ancient uw-imap version that we tested against was IMAP4rev1 v12.250, which is very old, but it just worked.
>> Sorry I can't be of any further assistance, we are running with LDAP authentication now, although I did have to modify the zendto source to allow encrypted traffic to our>eDirectory tree ...
>> Hope you get something sorted,
> I think I've narrowed the issue slightly but I still can't authenticate with IMAP. I see that Zendto is using the imap_open command in the code. I found that some people have had issues connecting to Zimbra's IMAP using imap_open. However, none of the workarounds I've seen help me. Most people fixed the issue by adding /novalidate-cert at the end of the IMAP server name.
> i.e. 'authIMAPServer' => 'mail.mydomain.com:993/ssl/novalidate-cert',
> This didn't fix my issue. Besides, our Zimbra server currently also allows non ssl connections on the default port 143 and I am still getting username or password was incorrect in Zendto when I leave off the options and only specify the server name of mail.mydomain.com for authIMAPServer:
> i.e. 'authIMAPServer' => 'mail.mydomain.com',
> Does anyone know if there is something I can tweak in Zimbra for this? The zendto code is likely clean so I don't really know if I should be looking there to add an option on the imap_open command maybe?
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