Public bug reported:
Setting localhost in postfix_lmtp works against Postfix defaults and
Reason: The Postfix lmtp client only uses dns queries by default to
search for hostnames. If the DNS server does not provide an answer for
"localhost" delivery from the lmtp client to mailman fails.
Solution: Provide "127.0.0.1" instead of "localhost". This does not
require DNS and is even faster because it saves DNS lookups.
** Affects: mailman
** Tags: 3.0 mailman
setting localhost in postfix_lmtp breaks delivery
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Jouni K. Seppänen has proposed merging lp:~jks/mailman/hcaptcha into lp:mailman/2.1.
Mailman Coders (mailman-coders)
For more details, see:
I noticed that a Mailman 2.1 site I run was being used for sending subscribe confirmation messages to people. I didn't want to implement reCaptcha because of privacy concerns, and hCaptcha seems to be almost a drop-in replacement that at least promises to respect user privacy. This change allows using hCaptcha instead of reCaptcha for guarding the subscription form.
When testing, the dummy keys from https://docs.hcaptcha.com/#localdev may be useful:
Dummy Site Key:10000000-ffff-ffff-ffff-000000000001
Dummy Secret Key:0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Your team Mailman Coders is requested to review the proposed merge of lp:~jks/mailman/hcaptcha into lp:mailman/2.1.