|Example: imap_get_result||Internet Messaging Functions (IMAP)|
Gets an IMAP server return code.
The imap_get_result function gets an IMAP server return code. You use this function to determine the exact error code issued by the IMAP server, for the previous IMAP function.
The following table shows the possible return codes:
|IMAP_OK||1||The function succeeded.|
|IMAP_NO||2||Function execution was denied.|
|IMAP_BAD||3||The arguments that were passed were either invalid or not allowed.|
|IMAP_BYE||4||The server closed the connection.|
|IMAP_PREAUTH||5||The client connected to the server that was previously authenticated.|
|IMAP_TIMEOUT||-1||The IMAP operation failed to return a result.|
|IMAP_DISCONNECTED||-2||The IMAP session is no longer connected to the server.|
|IMAP_NOSESSION||-3||No IMAP session exists—no session was created.|
|IMAP_INVALID||-4||Invalid client-side arguments were used in the imap_* function.|
This function is for use with global sessions. For multiple sessions, use the imap_get_result_ex function, which allows you to specify a session identifier.
If this function succeeds, it returns LR_PASS. Otherwise, it returns LR_FAIL.
Standard parameterization is not available for this function.