A PHP Library for communicating with IMAP Servers using stream socket connection
A PHP Library for communication with IMAP Servers.
When communication with an IMAP email server involves a high amount of latency, it helps to be able to hand craft commands, so that we can reduce the quantity of commands being sent to the server. The PHP IMAP extension does not offer such control over the transport layer of the IMAP protocol. This library replaces the PHP IMAP extension and provides full control over the entire process.
- Fewer combined calls
- Decrease latency
- Command builder
- IMAP Connection Manager
- IMAP Response Interpreters
- Pipeline for caching commands and responses
- PSR 3 logger aware
- Mock objects for automated testing
- RFC 3501 IMAP version 4rev1
- RFC 2822 Internet Message Format
- RFC 2045 Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
Dependencies are managed by composer. Please see the composer.json file for a complete list of dependencies.
Please read and sign the following contributor agreement
The Contributor Agreement only needs to be signed once for all pull requests and contributions.
Once signed and confirmed, any pull requests will be considered for inclusion in the Pimap project.
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composer require "salesagility/pimap"
All the documentation is situated in the docs directory. The documentation in this project is written in markdown and generated using Daux.io.
To build the documentation
cd /path/to/pimap/ ./vendor/bin/daux
open the generated static/index.html file.
When updating the documentation, it helps to be able to see a live copy of your changes. Daux.io provides a built-in web server.
cd /path/to/pimap/ ./vendor/bin/daux serve
this command will output something similar to:
Daux development server started on http://localhost:8085/
in this case, you can access http://localhost:8085/ in your web browser.