Django library to help interaction with Mailman
This package contains libraries and templates for Django-based interfaces interacting with Mailman.
To use this application, add django_mailman3 to the INSTALLED_APPS list in your Django server’s settings file.
Add support for Python 3.11.
Add support for Django 4.0 and 4.1 (Fixes #55)
Add support for Python 3.10 (See !153)
Fix the Fedora socialaccount provider. (Fixes #50)
Add pagination only when there are more than one pages. (Fixes #58)
Use Pytest as the test runner.
Set the minimum required version of mailmanclient in setup.py. (Fixes #46)
django_mailman3.lib.mailman.get_mailman_client() now supports Mailmanclient request hooks to be added using a new @mailmanclient_request_hook decorator.
Scrubber now removes null bytes from the scrubbed message body.
Update the Display Name of a user and it’s associated addresses in Mailman when the display name is updated in Django.
Sync a Django user’s email address to Core even if it is not verified.
Add an allauth account adapter to disable signups.
Add support for Django 3.2.
Add a new method get_django_user to return Django User model. (See !99)
Add delete_archives field to mailinglist_deleted Signal.
Replaced deprecated ugettexy_lazy with gettext_lazy. (Closes #37)
Fix a bug caused by bumping to Mailman API 3.1 in version 1.3.3 which resulted in 404 errors for some users. (Closes #35)
Hide “Account Connections” tab in accounts if no social account providers are installed. (See !54)
Use bold font for form labels (See !82)
Update a user’s preferred_address in Mailman Core when a user updates their primary address in Profile. (Closes #32)
Use Mailman’s API version 3.1 to get Hex UUIDs instead of integer.
Caught a LookupError when scrubbing an attachment with an unknown charset. (Closes #12)
Properly scrub the content of message/rfc822 parts. (Closes #34)
Django-mailman is licensed under the GPL v3.0
Copyright (C) 2017-2020 by the Free Software Foundation, Inc.
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