Xie, Wei | 19 Dec 18:26 2014
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digest setting

Mark,

I have a question about two our digest settings - how do the two settings work.

1) How big in Kb should a digest be before it gets sent out? 0 implies no maximum size.(Edit
digest_size_threshhold) 1000

My understanding when total size of posted messages reaches 1000KB, the digest volume will be sent out to
all digest users; when the size does not reach 1000KB, the digest volume will not be sent. Maybe within one
day, digest users can receive multiply issues with same volume number; maybe within one day, digest uses
do not receive any digest email.

2) Should a digest be dispatched daily when the size threshold isn't reached?(Edit
digest_send_periodic) Yes

The setting lets me confusing. When above size threshold 1000KB isn't reached within one day, will all
digest users receive a digest or not?  I do the tests - when size threshold is not reached, I can't receive
digest volume every day. When size threshold is reached, I can receive multiply volumes within one day if I
send enough many tests; or I can receive one digest volume with one day if I send emails over 1000KB; or I can
receive one new digest volume within several days (How often should a new digest volume be started? Daily)
if I send some small emails every day.

One of customers wants to receive daily digest volume every day. 

How do we set the above two settings?

Thanks,

Carl
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Xie, Wei | 18 Dec 21:02 2014
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Emergency moderation of all list traffic is set to 'Yes'

Mark,

When Emergency moderation of all list traffic is set to 'Yes', all posted messages should be held for
moderation.  Should moderation notices be sent to all owners for moderation?

We have one customer to set " Emergency moderation of all list traffic" to 'Yes', all posted messages are
really held, but owners do not receive moderation notices. Is this normal?

Our mailman version is 2.18rc3.

Thanks,

Carl Xie
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Ian | 15 Dec 23:13 2014
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Too many Received-SPF headers

Hi,

First time posting to this list. I have an interesting situation that I
don't see anyone mention in the list archives, so I'm hoping someone can
help me out.

I maintain a server with a few domains. The server runs Plesk and Mailman.
There are about 50 mailing lists with number of subscribers ranging from a
couple people to a few hundred people. All work fine.

There is an additional list with around 2500 subscribers. Messages sent to
this list are being received with nearly 500 identical "Received-SPF: pass"
lines. Besides seeming odd, it's particularly problematic as some domains
are bouncing the emails because the header is too large.

The SPF lines look like this

> Received-SPF: pass (SERVER-HOSTNAME-HERE: localhost is always allowed.)
> client-ip=127.0.0.1; envelope-from=BOUNCE-LIST-ADDRESS-HERE;
> helo=SERVER-HOSTNAME-HERE;

Where SERVER-HOSTNAME-HERE is our hostname and
BOUNCE-LIST-ADDRESS-HERE is the list's bounce address. For what it's
worth the server hostname and the domain of the list do not match.

This issue seems to be tied to the number of subscribers. We made a
new list with a few subscribers and messages looked fine. We added the
2500 subscribers to the list and we saw the plentiful Received-SPF:
pass entries.

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Danil Smirnov | 16 Dec 16:37 2014

1-click subscription confirmation?

Hi!

Are there a way to let subscribers be subscribed to the list right after
clicking on the link in address confirmation e-mail without second step -
pushing button on subscription page?

(I'm afraid some of them will not push this button thinking the're already
subscribed...)

Danil
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Andrew Hodgson | 16 Dec 12:40 2014

Digest indexes

Hi,

I run a high volume list (around 80 messages per day), and we have complaints from digest users that the
digests are difficult to work with.  One requested feature is could the digests be in HTML format, and a link
be presented in the table of contents to go to each message.  Can this be done in Mailman by working with the
digest templates?

Thanks.
Andrew.
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joseph cook | 12 Dec 15:32 2014
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All AOL unsubscribed

This morning all of my subscribers with aol addresses were automatically
unsubscribed from my list.

Why today?  I thought all the DMARC issues had been resolved in the latest
mailman version, and it's been 8 months now since the changes at AOL.

--Any suggestions?

Joe C
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rex | 11 Dec 08:52 2014

Archive Viewing

How soon after setting archive to yes should I see messages in the  
archive? I've had it set to yes for a couple of days but the archive  
is still empty.
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Danil Smirnov | 9 Dec 15:22 2014

configuring of Mailman UI url for Webmin

Hi all!

I've installed Mailman module in Webmin control panel and found some
problems with it:
https://www.virtualmin.com/node/35532

Could you please point me to good guide for Mailman UI url setup to
change Webmin ugly defaults?

Do anybody know contacts of Mailman Webmin module developers?

Thanks,
Danil
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David Whitehurst | 8 Dec 20:52 2014

Outgoing Runner won't start

I’m having trouble getting outgoing runner to start.  Basically, all the emails that I created for the
list on Postfix and the actual list works fine, but the members aren’t getting email. The end of qrunner
in <mailman>/logs/ shows that all runners started except outgoing runner. It tried 10 times and gave up.

Can someone point me to where I can troubleshoot this or get it to run. SMTP internal is working and port is
open from inside -> out.  I don’t what to do next.  

Thanks,

David

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Lindsay Haisley | 8 Dec 19:01 2014

Re: Advantages

On Mon, 2014-12-08 at 09:36 -0800, Carl Zwanzig wrote:
> On 12/8/2014 9:11 AM, Lindsay Haisley wrote:
> 
> > For an announcement list, I would think this would be a problem only if
> > he was posting _from_ an address that advertises a DMARC policy.
> 
> you'd think so, but the sender is on well.com; all of the yahoo/hotmail/etc 
> addresses bounced and all the others were delivered. Circumstances being 
> what they are, it's not worth my time to figure this out, only need it for a 
> couple more weeks and a few more messages.

Well, this is a matter of concern beyond your list, Carl, so I'm
replying to the Mailman-users list in case someone else has knows
something about this.

well.com doesn't advertise a DMARC policy, so why would this be?  Are we
looking at something new here?  A lot of us run announcement lists, or
do so for our customers.  Can we expect rejections from these ESPs too?
Is well.com blacklisted in some other way?  Or do yahoo/hotmail/etc
filter in some other way that might bite even a legit CC or BCC list?

Is there no safe harbor in this storm of misbegotten paranoia????

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Drew Tenenholz | 8 Dec 18:30 2014

Converting Subscribers from Digest to Nodigest

Hi All --

I have just realized that a one list I manage has had the digest option when it should not have had this option
enabled.  Now, I have 873 (+15 private members) of over 9,000 total subscribers which apparently have
selected the digest option.

Is there a relatively simple way to convert these members over to 'nodigest'?

Thanks,
Drew Tenenholz

P.S.  There is a good reason for not allowing the digest option here.  The list is announce-only, and this
particular distribution list receives a one-weekly email which lists only the subject lines of all of the
messages posted in the last week.  Essentially, it is already a digest, and reducing the number of messages
sent isn't really appropriate.
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