Until the database is properly populated with the preview data, I'm
getting a lot of output that includes $X-MSG-PREVIEW$.
Is there a way I can set X-MSG-PREVIEW to blank if it's not set?
Alternatively, is there a way I can tell mhonarc to not process a set of
lines if X-MSG-PREVIEW is not set?
Sorry for the late reply, your message got lost in the shuffle.
Not a biggie.
Have you resolved this problem?
No, but it's not really a major deal at this point. It only effects the
rss feeds that I'm generating ... and it doesn't seem that a lot of
people are using them :(
One way to fix the problem is modify mha-preview to return the
empty string for the variable content in the rc_var_expand() rountine
if the content is not defined.
Hmmm ... I can take a look at that ... but perl is not my forte (Java &