Edit report at https://pear.php.net/bugs/bug.php?id=18335&edit=1

ID: 18335
Updated by: daniel.oconnor@gmail.com
Reported By: dunix at gmx dot de
Summary: Attachments broken
Status: Closed
Type: Bug
Package: Net_SMTP
Operating System: Gentoo Linux
Package Version: 1.5.1
PHP Version: 5.3.5
Assigned To: jon
Roadmap Versions:
New Comment:

Bug #18281 now has patches applied against Net_Socket - please

Previous Comments:

[2011-04-26 05:51:14] jon

0-byte socket write() results will be considered a failure in the next


[2011-04-17 09:33:58] alec

@jon: what about my thoughts on handling "0" result from Socket's
write()? I think it should be at least considered as a write error.


[2011-04-15 20:17:43] passembk

Revision 310236 fixed the problem for me.


[2011-04-15 14:44:40] jon

-Status: Critical
+Status: Closed
I've patched the Net_SMTP code to avoid setting the timeout value to 0.
I mistakenly
thought "zero" implied "infinite" there, probably because that's what
the current
Net_Socket code appears to believe.

I'm not going to apply the Net_Socket patch at this time because I'm not
Net_Socket maintainer.

I'll wait for someone to verify that the code in just checked in to SVN
310236) fixes the reported problem before I release a new version of the
Please give it a try if you have the time.


[2011-04-15 09:54:41] alec

Added #patch bug:18335;patch:timeout.patch;revision:1302861281;.


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