When creating a new list in Mailman 3, the Digest Size Threshold is set to 30KB, which is not much in my opnion.
1) How do I set another default for Digest Size Threshold for new lists.
2) How do I change the default for existing lists
When Digest Size Threshold is not reached, mails seems to be sent according to digest_volume_frequency': which is set to 'monthly'. The web interface doesn't seem to have a setting for this.
How do I change this setting, both on a single list and the default for new lists?
I am using Docker-mailman (currently Mailman version 3.2.0a1).
I have a list with 38513 subscribers and when I operate on a very large number of them (for example click Unsubscribe all), the web interface times out. The same happens if I use the REST API, one member at the time, but run from a python script i've made).
The Docker containers for both Mailman core (mostly) and mailman web (sometimes) are using 100% CPU (quart of the server's amount of CPUs). By doubleing the CPU shares that the two docker containers can use (using RHEL Cockpit) from 1024 to 2048 for each, Mailman-core had a max usage of 190% and Mailman-web about 101%.
Still, mass unsubscribing the members by clicking Unsubscribe all made theinterface time out. Using the REST API succeeded unsubscribing all, but still made the Mailman web interface inaccessible.
How can I make Docker-mailman perform better, to avoid these timeouts.
University of Copenhagen
We are trying to dump/restore users using API calls and it seems that
API allows us to dump password hashes (a good thing), but then API does
not allow to insert users back using saved password hashes - only
cleartext passwords. Aside from create_user is there any other way to
create users/change their password?
Sr System and DevOps Engineer SoM IRT
When receiving a mail from Mailman 3, the From: User name is the description of the list, like From: Long desription of the list for all members of certain project <project(a)lists.example.com>.
Starting to get old, I recall something about a discussion we once had on http://mail.python.org/pipermail/mailman-users/, but I don't recall the reason for this and I can't find the discussion, so it might be something I dreamed.
What was the reason for implementing this? And could it be a selectable choise in Mailman 3?
I send a message to the list with some national characters (æøå ÆØÅ), and
everything shows up fine. Then I send the same message using pseudo-header
approved: with the list password. This messes up the character encoding, so
that instead I get (=C3=A6=C3=B8=C3=A5 =C3= =86=C3=98=C3=85)
I experience the problem when I send or receive with Gmail web client,
however, when using the Claws-mail (an ordinary mail client) to pick up
from my gmail account, the contents is shown correctly.