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what you are trying to do will definitely not work, since if there is no such page as requested, the Application.cfm file will not be attached to anything...
i am still tying to find a solution to this, too, but it looks more and more like the only way to go is define error templates in the server settings...
Thank you for your note.
The web host we have does not want to define an error template in their server settings as this will then cause problems with their other customers.
We still are looking for the answer.
This can be sorted by the web server, depending on whether you are using IIS or apache there are slightly different ways of handling 404 pages. But basically you need t get the Web Server to check of the file exists and if not serve a different 404 page. This is set up on a site by site basis so shols be no problem on a shared host.