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Message Approving Error

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Dear All,

First, I would like to thank jforum team for this wonderful website.

I am novice to this forum who downloaded jforum 2.1.7 recently. I was getting an error while approving the messages.

Expression forum is undefined on line 7, column 47 in default/admin/moderation_list_posts.htm

I couldn't figure it out what the error was and thought this is the best place to get an answer.

This is what I have done...

After installation was successul, I logged in as admin. I have created a category where moderate = "YES" under group "GENERAL" and I created a forum (again moderate = "YES") under that category. I updated it and logged out of the forum.

I registered a user and logged in to the forum that was installed. I posted a message in the forum I have created through admin. After posting, it said wait for admin or moderator approval.

When I logged in as admin, I went to message approving and clicked on VIEW. It says the error "Expression Forum is undefined on line...col ... in default/admin/moderation_list_posts.htm". I couldn't the figure it out what was the error.

Awaiting your reply.

Thank you,

[originally posted on jforum.net by rc_vemuri]
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