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XPM3_POP3 :: <i>mixed</i> <b>connect</b> ( <i>string</i> address, <i>string</i> username, <i>string</i> password [, <i>integer</i> port [, <i>mixed</i> ssl [, <i>integer</i> timeout ]]] )
Returns RESOURCE if the server connection has been established, FALSE if not.

Open a connection to POP3 Mail server.

Default values are:
<i>integer</i> port: 110
<i>mixed</i> ssl: <i>boolean</i> false
<i>integer</i> timeout: 30

<i>mixed</i> ssl possible values are: <i>boolean</i> false, true; <i>string</i> tls, ssl, sslv2, sslv3

<i>Notice</i>: <i>string</i> address can have hostname or IPv4 value.
The standard port values are: 110 - default, and 995 - SSL (secure).

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// open a connection to POP3 mail server with username and password authentication
$open = XPM3_POP3::Connect('pop.hostname.tld', 'username', 'password');

echo $open ? 'Connected.' : 'Can not connect.';

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Last update: Friday, December 15, 2006


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