On Sun, 2010-02-28 at 15:34 -0700, LuKreme wrote:
On 28-Feb-10 09:21, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
* JW Simpson<john(_at_)swajime(_dot_)com> [02-28-10 09:59]:
It looks like EXTENSION was not set before calling that line.
Nothing has changed in my procmail or postfix configuration for months.
So now the error will still happen but the log entry will be different?
Well, logging might be useful, if the error was recurrent. As it is,
since as far as I know the error has occurred exactly once in the last 6
months (as much as I have an easy time of checking) I have no confidence
that logging will be helpful anytime in the near future.
If you aren't logging, how will you know whether or not any given
changes actually resolve the issue?
On Sun, 2010-02-28 at 16:13 -0600, JW Simpson wrote:
It looks like you are missing quotation marks (string delimiters) around
"$EXTENSION". The difference is that /""/ is not unset and // is unset.
(The /'s are added for visibility purposes only.)
JW Simpson <john(_at_)swajime(_dot_)com>
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