> Another question.. I am still trying to use procmail (my lda) to reject
> messages over a specified size limit, but I dont want to have to define this
> for each luser. Can I define a system-wide .procmailrc to reject these
> mails, but also have individual .procmailrc's for specific users, which
> would override this ?
/etc/procmailrc is the system-wide equivalent here, but AFAIK it is
executed before ~/.procmailrc, not as an alternative to it. However, if
you're trying to enforce a system-wide length limit, how about using
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