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.
Web Administrator, Alpha Psi Omega Grand Cast
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).
I have finished my how-to install Mailman 3 on Debian 10 completed to
the point where you can use it to get a fully functional Mailman 3
environment up and running. This is a comprehensive guide that walks you
through installing EVERYTHING (currently!) that Mailman 3 needs to run.
It also makes updating Mailman 3/Postorius/Hyperkitty very easy. I have
not added the update directions yet but will very soon. I also plan on
adding a section on setting up DKIM and Xapian with Mailman 3.
I hope this helps those who wish to get a Mailman 3 server up and
running quickly and brings a sense of sanity to the confusion regarding
the various documentation out there concerning the installation of
Mailman 3/Postorius/Hyperkitty. I intend to add a How-to for Ubuntu 20
at some point.
Without further ado:
I am sure the above guide can use improvements. Feel free to contact me
off-list to point out mistakes/improvements, etc.
I've imported a list from Mailman2 and had the owner send a message for testing purposes.
His message are moderated per the list configuration. The message is delivered to Mailman3 and shows that it's being held.
However if we attempt to view the message in Postorius web UI then an error is thrown.
In the web interface the error is simply "Mailman REST API not available. Please start Mailman core."
But Mailman Core is running and we can do other functions just fine. Our superuser account receives a much more detailed message with the subject below.
[Django] ERROR (EXTERNAL IP): Service Unavailable: /postorius/lists/cpa-announcement.caltech.edu/held_messages
Does "Service Unavailable" mean I'm missing something in the configuration?
Thanks for your help.
I’m getting bounces back from postfix (553 5.1.3 Error: malformed address) for my confirm replies.
I found a similar issue in this lists’ archives back in 2017 but that issue was supposedly fixed in version 3.2
I’m running the current docker containers.
I’m pretty sure I have all of the mailman settings in postix:
# Support the default VERP delimiter.
recipient_delimiter = +
unknown_local_recipient_reject_code = 550
owner_request_special = no
the entries in /opt/mailman/core/var/data/postfix_lmtp look like they should match
> On Feb 26, 2021, at 14:08:54 PST, Mail Delivery System <MAILER-DAEMON(a)ip-172-31-18-222.us-west-2.compute.internal> wrote:
> This is the mail system at host ip-172-31-18-222.us-west-2.compute.internal.
> I'm sorry to have to inform you that your message could not
> be delivered to one or more recipients. It's attached below.
> For further assistance, please send mail to postmaster.
> If you do so, please include this problem report. You can
> delete your own text from the attached returned message.
> The mail system
> host 172.19.199.2[172.19.199.2] said: 553 5.1.3 Error: malformed address
> (in reply to RCPT TO command)
> Reporting-MTA: dns; ip-172-31-18-222.us-west-2.compute.internal
> X-Postfix-Queue-ID: E144B8BC3C5
> X-Postfix-Sender: rfc822; stephen.s.w.matsmats(a)gmail.com
> Arrival-Date: Fri, 26 Feb 2021 14:08:54 -0800 (PST)
> Final-Recipient: rfc822; matsmats-mm3-test1-confirm+d6f77a2572ef55a8b2c4ca0d77de8493fbb55856(a)mm3.aca-aws.s.uw.edu
> Original-Recipient: rfc822;matsmats-mm3-test1-confirm+d6f77a2572ef55a8b2c4ca0d77de8493fbb55856(a)mm3.aca-aws.s.uw.edu
> Action: failed
> Status: 5.1.3
> Remote-MTA: dns; 172.19.199.2
> Diagnostic-Code: smtp; 553 5.1.3 Error: malformed address
> From: Steve Mats Mats <willey(a)selby.com>
> Subject: Re: Your confirmation is needed to join the matsmats-mm3-test1(a)mm3.aca-aws.s.uw.edu mailing list.
> Date: February 26, 2021 at 2:08:52 PM PST
> To: matsmats-mm3-test1-confirm+d6f77a2572ef55a8b2c4ca0d77de8493fbb55856(a)mm3.aca-aws.s.uw.edu
>> On Feb 26, 2021, at 11:41:54 PST, matsmats-mm3-test1-confirm+d6f77a2572ef55a8b2c4ca0d77de8493fbb55856(a)mm3.aca-aws.s.uw.edu wrote:
>> Email Address Registration Confirmation
>> Hello, this is the GNU Mailman server at mm3.aca-aws.s.uw.edu.
>> We have received a registration request for the email address
>> Before you can start using GNU Mailman at this site, you must first confirm
>> that this is your email address. You can do this by replying to this message.
>> Or you should include the following line -- and only the following
>> line -- in a message to matsmats-mm3-test1-request(a)mm3.aca-aws.s.uw.edu:
>> confirm d6f77a2572ef55a8b2c4ca0d77de8493fbb55856
>> Note that simply sending a `reply' to this message should work from
>> most mail readers.
>> If you do not wish to register this email address, simply disregard this
>> message. If you think you are being maliciously subscribed to the list, or
>> have any other questions, you may contact