Bill Lawler wrote:
> If I use the Quick View mode, it works ok. Why would the web server
> think there are too many headers from the cgi-script if I don't use
> Quick View mode?
It's probably a case of premature end-of-headers (caused by Perl error)
rather than "too many headers" (very few headers HTTP are actually
generated by the script). The fact that Quick View works means that the
is_subscribed() routine is likely barfing as it processes your lists. If
I had to guess, I'd say you have a funky non-MJ-readable file sitting in
the lists directory and MjC is failing on open.
> If I try to browse lists and check the Unsubscribed or Subscribed and
> use Quck View mode, Majorcool says "You Must Enable Subscription Tests
> For This Browse Function.".
"Subscription Tests" == "Not Quick View" mode. By definition, Quick View
and "show [un]subscribed" are mutually exclusive concepts. The whole
point of Quick View is to NOT do any subscription tests in the interest