[Mailman-Users] Diagnosing command failures
Stephen J. Turnbull
stephen at xemacs.org
Wed Jan 21 05:14:38 CET 2015
Gary Merrill writes:
> Personal consultation and observation appears to be the only
> approach here that will be successful.
If the security implications are acceptable (which I think they are),
you can also provide the user with a precomposed URL that they can put
in their bookmarks list, as Mark mentioned.
We don't provide that kind of thing ourselves because it is a security
risk, and also in some contexts a legal risk (some list owners are
subject to legal requirement to get confirmation for subscription, for
Aside: in this case it's not necessary AFAIK, but in cases where a
CSRF token or similar dynamically generated security token might be
involved, it should be possible to use Java script to acquire and
return the token.
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