On Thu, May 09, 2002 at 08:32:35PM +0100, Alan Clifford wrote:
To avoid this, when procmail comes across a :0: receipe, it will pause and
will not attempt to write to a mailbox if another procmail is writing to
More correctily, when a the conditions contained in a :0: recipe match and the
action is to be carried out, procmail will wait until the lock is removed.
The lock may have been created by a program other than procmail, such as a
shell or perl script run out of cron.
 Or rather, waits a short amount of time, then checks if the file is still
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