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imap_alerts — Gets an array of IMAP alert messages during the page request or since the alert stack was cleared.


array imap_alerts


An array of alert messages; FALSE on error


This function dumps the alert stack into an array and clears itself. If the function is called during a page request it returns the alert messages since the start of the request, else it returns all the alerts since the last imap_alerts() call.


Since versions 3.0.12 and 4.0


Example 592. Print IMAP alert messages

$imap = imap_open("{localhost}INBOX","graeme","inferno");

$mailbox = "test_mailbox";

// create the mailbox

// try and create it again

// try and delete a non-existant mailbox

$alerts = imap_alerts();
for ($i=0; $i<count($alerts); $i++) {
   echo "$errors[$i] <BR>\n";



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