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dattier(_at_)wwa(_dot_)com (David W. Tamkin) wrote:
:wotan(_at_)netcom(_dot_)com wrote about his mail on patriot.net,
:While procmail is waiting for its standard second between "F" and "rom",
:something holds it up, and it dies without finishing. Later another piece
:arrives for the same folder, decides the lockfile is stale, steals the lock,
:and writes away: then "F"+"From " = "FFrom ".
I have also seen the same symptom simply because I didn't have a lock
where I needed one. Added the lock, and poof! the problem was gone.
Signatures Follow. (tm)
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-- It is now safe to turn off your computer.
Bill Evans/Box 4829/Irvine, California 92616/(714)551-4829 _ /| ACK!
Email-To: wje(_at_)acm(_dot_)org -- PGP encrypted mail preferred. -- \`o_O' /
Finger wje(_at_)netcom(_dot_)com for public key. Key #: 441AFEA5 =( )=
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