Summary


Mailman mailing list management users

This mailing list is for site administrators, list administrators, list moderators, and other parties interested in the operations and maintenance of the Mailman 2.1 mailing list management system, as provided for download via the resources shown at http://www.list.org/download.html. The corresponding list for Mailman 3 is at mailman3.org. There is also a separate mailing list for people interested in discussion about development of either system - mailman-developers.

Unofficially, we will try to provide what support we can for versions of Mailman that come from other sources (e.g., vendor-provided binary packages, vendor-provided pre-installed software, etc...), but there will be a limit to the level of support that we can provide for versions of Mailman other than those which were built directly from code downloaded directly from the resources shown at http://www.list.org/download.html.

You might want to start by reading the Mailman FAQ Wiki. Also check out the official searchable archives or now that this is a Mailman 3 list, the HyperKitty archive.

PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE READ ALL THE RELEVANT FAQ ENTRIES, ARCHIVE MESSAGES, ETC... BEFORE POSTING ANY QUESTIONS TO THE LIST -- ESPECIALLY IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING A VERSION OF MAILMAN THAT COMES FROM AN ALTERNATIVE SOURCE.

If you want to report a bug on Mailman 2.1, or scan previously reported bugs, please use the Launchpad bug page. You might also want to visit the Mailman home page for more information.

This mailing list is closed to postings from non-subscribers. If you are already subscribed to the list from another address, you can subscribe again with additional addresses and then set them to NOMAIL, so that you continue to receive all your copies of postings to the mailing list at your preferred address, while able to post from multiple addresses.

Posts from new subscribers will go through a human moderation process for the first few posts. Once you demonstrate that you are a real human being, you have read and understood the instructions, and are not just trying to spam the list, your moderation bit should be cleared.

Also note that all posts made to the list will be publicly archived.

In order to protect the integrity of the list archives, we do not routinely agree to remove or obscure posts that are in the archives. We only do this in exceptional circumstances such as if someone has posted personal/private information about someone else, or an obviously private e-mail has accidentally been posted to the list.


The Mailman Security Policy is detailed in FAQ 1.27.

Before posting any messages to this mailing list, please make sure that you have read and understood this policy.


To contact the list owners, use the following email address: mailman-users-owner@python.org

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