Setting Up An IMAP-Based Email Solution, part 2 - Page 3

 By Stew Benedict | Posted Jun 15, 2001
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You can test your PHP by creating the following file and putting it somewhere in your web directory space:

 <? phpinfo(); ?>

Call it php_info.php3. If you access this file with a browser you should see a nice page describing the PHP compilation options, and a lot of other useful information.

Part 3 of this series will deal with SquirrelMail, and Part 4 with enabling SSL. The following week will feature a closing sidebar story regarding off-the-shelf packages that handle IMAP under UNIX systems.

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