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“mailman” 1:2.1.13-4 source package in Ubuntu

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mailman (1:2.1.13-4) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Fix permissions on /var/lib/mailman/archives/private, so
    archiving works again. Problem introduced in 1:2.1.12-3.
  * Fix invocation of update-rc.d which yields an error when
    not using dependency-based boot (closes: #590249).
  * Checked for policy 3.9.1, no changes needed.

mailman (1:2.1.13-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * Drop unneeded Indexes option from shipped apache.conf.
  * Eliminate update_rc.d warning by not passing runlevel 1 at stop.
  * Add 25_site_logo patch by Paul Wise (closes: #267243).
  * Do not compress PDF's under /u/s/d/mailman (closes: #582259).
  * Back up ./configure before running autoconf, so it can be restored
    in clean as not to generate irrelevant diff.gz content.
  * Switch to dpkg-source 3.0 (quilt) format.
  * Checked for policy 3.9.0, no changes needed.
 -- Dave Walker <email address hidden>   Tue, 27 Jul 2010 22:56:03 +0200

Upload details

Uploaded by:
Dave Walker on 2010-07-31
Sponsored by:
Benjamin Drung
Uploaded to:
Maverick
Original maintainer:
Mailman for Debian
Component:
main
Architectures:
any
Section:
mail
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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File Size MD5 Checksum
mailman_2.1.13.orig.tar.gz 7.8 MiB 3235323ccb3e0135c10b7c66a440390b
mailman_2.1.13-4.debian.tar.gz 102.5 KiB 7551874269595901d46932c3bc7648d5
mailman_2.1.13-4.dsc 1.9 KiB 29eb2241cd1234249b8ee728d830a06c

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mailman: Powerful, web-based mailing list manager

 The GNU Mailing List Manager, which manages email discussion lists
 much like Majordomo and Smartmail. Unlike most similar products,
 Mailman gives each mailing list a web page, and allows users to
 subscribe, unsubscribe, etc. over the web. Even the list manager can
 administer his or her list entirely from the web.
 .
 Mailman also integrates most things people want to do with mailing
 lists, including archiving, mail <-> news gateways, and so on. It
 has all of the features you expect from such a product, plus
 integrated support for the web (including web based archiving),
 automated bounce handling and integrated spam prevention.