Socket error problem
Martin v. Löwis
loewis at informatik.hu-berlin.de
Sun Jun 9 13:03:39 CEST 2002
"David LeBlanc" <whisper at oz.net> writes:
> I have this problem on windows where socket.socket(...) keeps returning
> 10022, 'Invalid argument'. It's actually dieing in the
> poplib.POP3.__init__(...) method. I have verified that host is reasonable
> (mymail.myisp.net or something like that ;)), and port is 110.
> If I use the test script in poplib.__main__(...) with the correct host, user
> and password, all is well, but if I call it from this other program i'm
> trying to get working I get the above error.
> I can't figure out what's wrong - any pointers?
You make it sound like something impossible happens, so it is hard to
recommend a solution (since clearly you are overlooking some piece of
information, which you could not report for the very reason that you
are overlooking it).
I recommend to put a print statement immediately before the call to
socket.socket inside poplib, to see what arguments it actually does
pass to that call.
Please report any information you gain by doing so.
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