[Mailman-Users] Non-member posting to the list
Rodrigo Abrantes Antunes
rodrigoantunes at pelotas.ifsul.edu.br
Tue Nov 13 19:03:32 CET 2012
Citando Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net>:
> Tanstaafl wrote: > Maybe an alternative would be an option that for
> every message posted to
>> the list, a confirmation email is sent to the members email address,
>> that they then have to click a link to 'approve' sending the message,
>> just like how subscribes/unsubscribes have to confirmed.
> That's an interesting idea. Personally, if I enabled that feature on
> any of my lists, I'd be taken out and shot, and I'd want to do the
> same to anyone who did it on any list I'm a member of, but if people
> want such a list configuration option, we could consider it for MM 3.
>> Maybe this could even be extended with some kind of way of cahing the
>> source IP of approved messages, so when messages come in with the same
>> sender and from the same IP that has already been approved, those
>> messages go straight through without requiring confirmation?
> That would help some. Sort of like greylisting with a twist, but I
> think it would still be unacceptable to many list members.
> [...] > I also just noticed the option under the Privacy > Spam
> controls in the
>> GUI under 'Legacy anti-spam filters' where I can enter the listname
>> itself, to prevent anyone sending spoofed messages from the list to the
> Yes, and you could also use header_filter_rules for this, but you have
> bigger problems if the list posting address is a member of the list,
> so ordinary non_member actions should handle this.
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In my case, I found that the return-path header is the address of the
original sender, so how could I add a rule in mailman to deny posts with
return-path's address that are not members?
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