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Section - 06.05 Fixing "post: problem initializing server; [RPLY] 503 Sender already specified"

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Date: Mon, 1 Mar 1993 00:00:00 -0800

  The problem in sendmail is that the RSET after the ONEX does not
  reset all the state information.  Normally sendmail fork()s after
  the Mail from: statement and a RSET causes that child to exit. This
  automatically cleans up.  If the fork() is suppressed by ONEX, then
  the source must be modified to do the cleanup.  See "srvrsmtp.c
  patch" in the Appendix.  If you don't have the sources, modify your
  MH sources to not use the ONEX verb.

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