MailmanLists' servers have routine maintenance and periodically require being taken offline - usually once a month for a few minutes. Any list messages sent to an off-line server get queued, then delivered when the server is brought back online.
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|Server||Date/time (UTC)||Expected downtime|
|Singapore, Singapore||Sunday 29 April 2018 at 01:00||Less than 30 minutes|
|London, UK||Sunday 6 May 2018 at 01:00||Less than 30 minutes|
|Bissen, Luxembourg||Saturday 12 May 2018 at 02:00||Less than 30 minutes|
Posted: 11 February 2018
Mailman upgraded to 2.1.26
All servers have now been upgraded to GNU Mailman version 2.1.26 which was released on 4 February, 2018. The upgrade implements a security fix for:
--- snip from release note --- An XSS vulnerability in the user options CGI could allow a crafted URL to execute arbitrary ja
vascript in a user's browser. A related issue could expose information on a user's options page without requiring login. These are fixed. Thanks to Calum Hutton for the report. CVE-2018-5950 (LP: #1747209)
Posted: 14 January 2018
Daily summary report of bounces
You can now a get a daily summary report of your list's bounces. It shows the subscribers' email addresses that have bounced and their bounce score. The reports are automatically emailed once a day to the lists administrator(s). To enable delivery of the reports, sign-in to your account and click on the Yes/No link next to "Receive emailed daily bounce summary".
Posted: 1 January 2018
Mail delays on New York server
06:45 AEDT - List messages sent to the New York server are currently being delayed for about an hour. We're working on the problem now.
11:50 AEDT - Service on the New York server is now back to normal with delivery times typically less than two minutes.
Posted: 18 November 2017
Mailman upgrade to 2.1.25
All servers have now been upgraded to GNU Mailman version 2.1.25 which was released on 26 October, 2017.
Mailman - The GNU Mailing List Management System Copyright (C) 1998-2017 by the Free Software Foundation, Inc. 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA Here is a history of user visible changes to Mailman. 2.1.25 (26-Oct-2017) New Features - The admindb held subscriptions listing now includes the date of the most recent request from the address. (LP: #1697097) Accessibility - The admin Membership List now includes text for screen readers which identifies the function of each checkbox. CSS is added to the page to visually hide the text but still allow screen readers to read it. Similar text has been added to some radio buttons on the admindb pages. i18n - The Russian translation has been updated by Sergey Matveev. (LP:#1708016) Bug fixes and other patches - Thanks to Jim Popovitch, certain failures in DNS lookups of DMARC policy will now result in mitigations being applied. (LP: #1722013) - The default DMARC reject reason now properly replaces %(listowner)s. (LP: #1718962) - The web roster page now shows case preserved email addresses. (LP: #1707447) - Changed the SETGID wrappers to only pass those items in the environment that are needed by the called scripts. (LP: #1705736) - Fixed MTA/Postfix.py to ensure that created aliases(.db) and virtual-mailman(.db) files are readable by Postfix and the .db files are owned by the Mailman user. (LP: #1696066) - Defended against certain web attacks that cause exceptions and "we hit a bug" responses when POST data or query fragments contain multiple values for the same parameter. (LP: #1695667) - The fix for LP: #1614841 caused a regression in the options CGI. This has been fixed. (LP: #1602608) - Added a -a option to the (e)grep commands in contrib/mmdsr to account for logs that may have non-ascii and be seen as binary. - Fixed the -V option to bin/list_lists to not show lists whose host is a subdomain of the given domain. (LP: #1695610)
Posted: 14 June 2017
All servers have now been upgraded to GNU Mailman version 2.1.24 which was released on June 2 by the fine folks at the Mailman project.