>>>>> "GF" == Garth Fitzmaurice <garth at fitzmaurice.ie> writes:
GF> On Sun, Mar 25, 2001 at 02:55:59PM +0100, Paul J Collins wrote:
>> The second colon causes processing of the remainder of the
>> rules to continue.
GF> The function of the second colon actually tells procmail to
GF> use a lock file, not that it should continue with the
GF> remainder of the rules. To continue with the remainder of the
GF> rules, you would use :0 c: which tells procmail to make a copy
GF> of the mail and use a lock file. Without the c, procmail will
GF> finish because it will consider the mail successfully
You are absolutely right. My bad.
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