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mail::loginUrlDecode — Decode a mail account URL

Synopsis

      

#include <libmail/mail.H>

#include <libmail/logininfo.H>

mail::loginInfo urlInfo;

bool ok=mail::account::loginDecode(std::string url, urlInfo);

std::string method=urlInfo.method;
std::string server=urlInfo.server;
std::string uid=urlInfo.uid;
std::string pwd=urlInfo.pwd;
std::map<std::string, std::string>::iterator
    optionBegin=urlInfo.options.begin(),
    optionEnd=urlInfo.options.end();

Usage

This function does the opposite of mail::loginUrlEncode(3x); a mail account URL string is broken down into its components:

method

The protocol name.

server

The name of the mail account's server

uid

The mail account login ID.

pwd

The mail account's password, if specified by the URL.

options

This map lists any additional options specified by the URL (all “/name=value” options are placed into this map).

Return Codes

This function returns true if urlInfo (a reference to a mail::loginInfo object) was initialized from the contents of a valid URL, or false if the URL was not valid.

See Also

mail::loginUrlEncode(3x).

Author

Sam Varshavchik

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