I am new in the list. I have been looking for this topic in the archives
in order to avoid duplicate, but I could not find any thread.
According to the new GDPR rules, lists owners need to have a
confirmation from subscribers, and this is easy to do with Mailman 3.
What I can't figure out is how to save all the confirmation emails
received from users.
I only see the confirmations commands emails in the logs,
Is there another place/way to store them?
For GDPR compliance it is important to be able to demonstrate that you
received the confirmation, in case you may need it in the future.
Tu nube en tus manos
I have put the following in /etc/mailman.cfg and restart mailman. An empty file can be created but nothing can be logged when admin or non-member subscribe/unsubscribe. Anything I have missed? So far I can only see log appear in mailman.log and smtp.log. Thanks.
I’m wondering if there is an “audit log” of sorts to see who made changes to a specific list. What we’re after is a way of tracking, in case requested, who made additions or deletions of subscribers etc. I can see the DELETE commands in the ./mailman/logs/mailman.log file but it doesn’t specifically state who made the request. It can be inferred from the timestamps. I’m just wondering if there is somewhere else I should be looking for this information.
Enrique J. Terrazas
I already opened a debian bugreport for it, but I'm still wondering why
the following issue appears:
line 30, in <module>
'Did you install mysqlclient or MySQL-python?' % e
django.core.exceptions.ImproperlyConfigured: Error loading MySQLdb
module: No module named 'MySQLdb'.
Did you install mysqlclient or MySQL-python?
python3-pymysql, which is a dependency of mailman3-web and provides
mySQLdb, is installed.
(Maybe it's time to migrate to postgres.)
Is it possible to import google group archives to mailman3. With this
script, I was able to export archives. Please let me know if anyone have
tried and succeeded.
 - https://github.com/icy/google-group-crawler
Please correct me if I'm wrong, but as I understand, Mailman attaches posts in a MIME Digest mail intead of inline in the digest mail itself, like Plain Text Digests does. Some mail readers like Gmail eventually displays attachments inline anyway, but readers like Outlook do not. Also the digest index seems to be posted as an attachment in MIME Digests.
Would it be possible for Mailman to send both posts and index inline in the MIME digest? I am pretty sure it's not a feature yet, but if Mailman would be able to, I will submit an issue in core (I presume).