Using the driver health facility and sending mails via a template. Using
the standard tokens as per documentation.

Also using pretty much the default driver health logic, which includes
some custom states for some drivers like NoPub and NoSub which trigger
if there is no activity on the publisher channel or subscriber channel
for a period of time.

The problem I have is that when using the default token $HealthState$
and a NoPub or NoSub custom state is triggered, the email text that
$HealthState$ resolves to is custom-state not the actual name of the
custom state.

This is pretty much useless, as it is possible to have multiple custom
state so there must be a way to distinguish which custom state has been
triggered. Is there a way to actually return the name of the custom
state?


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