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Fatal error using webmail in 16.2

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Hi Geoff

Long time no Tiki? :-)

Yes, it looks like that hasn't been checked since the move to ZF2 - i fixed a bit of it locally but am out of time now and found other not so good (non-php7) stuff.

Another one for the list! :-)


> On 16 Feb 2017, at 22:50, Geoff - Enmore Services <geoff@enmoreservices.com> wrote:
> Hi – I'm building a new site with Tiki16.2 and I've just hit a fatal error with webmail that I can't really understand:
> Fatal error: Cannot use object of type Zend\Mail\Headers as array in /xxx/xxx/makerspace.marlborougharea.org/lib/webmail/webmaillib.php <http://makerspace.marlborougharea.org/lib/webmail/webmaillib.php> on line 449
> This occurred when I set up an IMAP account in webmail and sent a test mail that I copied back to the sending address – immediately after I sent the mail I clicked the Mailbox to check that that part of the account set up was OK ie it was receiving – and that's when I got the fatal error. The test mail was sent fine. The error keeps re-occurring until the sent email has been collected by another client i.e. the remote mailbox is emptied and then the webmail Mailbox function shows the normal screen but with the table empty – so there is something wrong in the collection/reading part of webmail
> Anyone got any suggestions?
> geoff
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