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In a recent thread I saw mention of using a "lock" file with
I don't use fetchmail, procmail etc (at least nothing that I've
configured) , just lowly kmail to download and
read my mail. (don't have time or the need to learn about fetchmail,
procmail etc, right now).
I set up a filter in kmail to use spamc to sort out spam mails and its
working well - except for the horrible slowdown while spamc does its
I've read the spamassasin docs but I don't see any info about how to
setup a "lock" file, especially in conjunction w/ kmail.
Can this be done with kmail? If so how.
Part of the thread discussing lock files is quoted below...
On Wednesday 27 August 2003 01:52 pm, H du Plooy wrote:
On Wed, 2003-08-27 at 20:51, Dylan wrote:
lock file ensures that only 1 spamassassin invocation
happens # at 1 time, to keep the load down.
# Limit size to 250 KB
* < 256000
# Use spamc
| spamc -d 127.0.0.1 -f -u <your_user_name>
Where do I find that? I've looked through the files in
/usr/share/spamassassin and /etc/mail but can't find those lines
This is all supposed to be in your ~/.procmailrc
As I'm only using kmail I have no ~/.procmailrc file.
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