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qmail-limits - artificial limits in the qmail system
The qmail system is able to handle messages of any size, addresses of
any size, mailing lists of any size, and so on, except as limited by
the available memory and disk space.
However, it imposes certain artificial limits:
1. qmail-lspawn silently limits the number of simultaneous local
deliveries to 120. qmail-rspawn silently limits the number of
simultaneous remote deliveries to 120.
2. qmail-queue rejects any message with an envelope address longer
than 1000 characters.
3. qmail-lspawn truncates any overly long error report from a
delivery program. It appends a note saying that it did so.
qmail-lspawn(8), qmail-queue(8), qmail-rspawn(8)
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