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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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