I have the server TZ set to EST. I have the TZ for Postfix set to EST. I have the following set in my settings_local.py file:
TIME_ZONE = 'America/New_York'
USE_TZ = True
However messages showing up in the pending moderation queue box shows UTC date. I am seeing this behavior in Affinity as well so I figured it is either a Mailman core setting or perhaps database? Can anyone shed light on that?
I have few questions regarding usage of Mailman3:
1) We have list1 and list2 with members. Can we specify that all members of list1 can post messages to list2?
We could potentially write a script that would synchronize members of another list to “Accept these non-members” of another list, but with thousands of lists it will be difficult to maintain lists in synchro. So perhaps there is a concept of adding another list to “Accept these non-members” and mailman real-time evaluate membership of another list upon message arrival?
2) In explanation of “Accept these non-members” it’s written: “While non-regexp addresses can be entered here, it is preferred to add the address as a nonmember and set the nonmember's Moderation to Default Processing”.
I noticed that if someone posts to a list then he is added automatically to non-members. Which means that next time he will be able to post.
My understanding is that it’s better to use the feature “Accept these non-members”. Am I correct?
on a fresh debian 10 (mail server) I added mailman3 with:
apt-get install mailman3-full
The server name is webserver-A
Then I log in in webserver-A/mailman3 as a superuser
I created a domain for webserver-A and domain-A
The I created a list-A
Then I created a second domain for webserver-B and domain-B
Then I added to apache config a virtual host for webserver-B
I log in webserver-B as the some superuser of webserver-A and I created
But when I list the lists I can see both under webserver-A and webserver-B.
The some problem with archiving hyperkitty.
I search internet for a while and I discovered that using
FILTER_VHOST = True
seems to solve the problem.
>From posotrius config page:
Filter the list of available lists in Postorius and Hyperkitty
depending on the domain they are being currently served from. Mailman 3
supports multiple domains in a single installation.
But it doesn't work. I got err 500 form apache.
Were can I find an explanation or a how to configure the system to have
2 webserver with different domains working on the some server as it was
with mailman 2?
P.S.: I upgrade postorius to V. 1.3.2 and djando V 2.2.12 using the
packages in testing distribution.
The debian 10 official postorius package is too old (1.2.24) and does
not support FILTER_VHOST
Thanks in advance
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Recently a member of one of our private lists sent a message with a
picture attached. Because of the large message size (23MB) it was put
into the moderation queue.
But since then postorius fails to open the list's page with this error:
Something went wrong
Mailman REST API not available. Please start Mailman core.
The database logs show that it processed a request related to the held
message just before failing:
LOG: statement: SELECT message.id AS message_id_1, message.message_id
AS message_message_id, message.message_id_hash AS
message_message_id_hash, message.path AS message_path
WHERE message.message_id =
Mailman Core logs:
[2020-07-14 10:41:21 +0000]  [CRITICAL] WORKER TIMEOUT (pid:49)
[2020-07-14 10:41:21 +0000]  [INFO] Worker exiting (pid: 49)
[2020-07-14 10:41:22 +0000]  [INFO] Booting worker with pid: 50
How should I proceed to unblock the situation?
I see that there is a way to change the language of mailman3, postorius and hyperkitty
But I don't find how.
I read that you can download the .po files for the chosen language, but I didn't understand how to use these files.
Could anyone show me how to do it?
Thank you in advance.
Our company is evaluating mailman3 as an option for company internal list serving.
One of the requirements is that anyone with access to the list server be allowed to create and manage lists.
Is this possible? If so, how? Is there a "create list" role that can be added for all registered users?
I'm in an odd situation where I need to rename a bunch of lists. They
were all created on mailman2 originally and migrated to mailman3 (very
successfully, TYVM) but the names were all originally
discuss-<foo>@domain and it's very confusing to be sure you're always
sending to the correct <foo>. We want to completely rename the lists to
These lists do not keep archives, so if I have to resort to extracting
the subscriber lists and the configs and building new lists, I'm
completely fine with that. Problem is, I'm really used to MM2 and
config_list and could do this without thinking using those tools... that
I don't have.
Running MM3 3.2.2 trying to make this happen. Any assistance I could
get will be greatly appreciated.
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etc... etc... etc...
how can I disable user registration? There are only two users, me - the admin - and an additional owner/moderator. The list setup we use is completely managed by the owner/moderator (about 100 mail adresses per list).