[Adrian Letzner - Sun Germany Berlin SE]
i would like to know, if mailman can handle the following szenario:
- automatic subscribing to a fixed list (eg. via cgi script). that
means: a program (eg. cgi-script) should handle the subscribing/unsubscribing mechanism by sending a static mail to the *-request address WITHOUT (!!) using the password mechanism (new privacy option: *not confirming).
In fact, that does not constitute a new privacy option -- if you put
ALLOW_OPEN_SUBSCRIBE = 1
in your ~mailman/Mailman/mm_cfg.py, a fourth option "none" should magically appear for "What steps are required for subscription?" on all your lists Privacy Options pages.
Note that this allows _any_ of the lists in your Mailman installation to use the open subscribes option, and that is not necessarily a good thing (in that it allows anyone to subscribe unsuspecting others to your lists against their will).
- deleting the mail-header to anonymisize the mails which will be
Hide the sender of a message, replacing it with the list address (Removes From, Sender and Reply-To fields)