regid23 at yahoo
Aug 15, 2012, 3:14 PM
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[Bug 1283] New: when Exim itself is is bad trouble: why `is is'?
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Summary: when Exim itself is is bad trouble: why `is is'?
AssignedTo: nigel [at] exim
ReportedBy: regid23 [at] yahoo
CC: exim-dev [at] exim
I am not sure weather it should be:
1. is in bad trouble
2. is in a bad trouble
3. is in bad troubles
4. something else
--- a/spec.txt 2012-08-16 01:07:02.289604339 +0300
+++ b/spec.txt 2012-08-16 01:06:46.000000000 +0300
@@ -24422,7 +24422,7 @@ connection is closed. In these special c
The not-QUIT ACL, specified by acl_smtp_notquit, is run in most cases when an
-SMTP session ends without sending QUIT. However, when Exim itself is is bad
+SMTP session ends without sending QUIT. However, when Exim itself is in bad
trouble, such as being unable to write to its log files, this ACL is not run,
because it might try to do things (such as write to log files) that make the
situation even worse.
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