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james at and.org
Fri Mar 8 11:58:34 PST 2002
Neale Pickett <neale at woozle.org> writes:
> So then, James Antill <james at and.org> is all like:
> > :0:
> > * ^From: .*james at and\.org
> > /dev/null
> Procmail is going to have a hard time creating a lockfile for
> /dev/null. It would be prudent to take off that second colon.
/dev/null is "known" by a few things, including procmail, so the
above works -- and always including the lock is just defensive for
when you change /dev/null to another file (of course I'm important
enough for my own file -- of course that file might be /dev/null :).
James Antill -- <james at and.org>
1. A bad security program used to make other bad security programs less
baddly in need of security.
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