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RELEASED Mailman 2.1.1

From: Barry A. Warsaw
Subject: RELEASED Mailman 2.1.1
Date: Sat, 8 Feb 2003 20:45:29 -0500

I've released version 2.1.1 of Mailman, the GNU Mailing List Manager.
Mailman is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL).
Version 2.1.1 fixes many bugs found in Mailman 2.1 final, and updates
language support.  It also fixes a cross-site scripting
vulnerability.  It is recommend that all Mailman 2.1 sites upgrade to
version 2.1.1.

Mailman is free software that enables users to manage email mailing
lists and e-newsletters.  Its integrated web interface provides
easy-to-use access for list members and list administrators.  Mailman
supports built-in archiving, automatic bounce processing, content
filtering, digest delivery, spam filters, and more.

Mailman is compatible with most web servers, web browsers, and mail
servers.  It runs on any Unix-like operating system.  Mailman 2.1.1
requires Python 2.1.3 or newer.  To install Mailman from source, you
will need a C compiler.

For more information on Mailman, including links to file downloads,
please see any of the Mailman mirror web pages:

Patches and source tarballs are available at

There are email lists (managed by Mailman, of course!) for both
Mailman users and developers.  See the web sites above for details.


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2.1.1 (08-Feb-2003)

    Lots of bug fixes and language updates.  Also:

    - Closed a cross-site scripting vulnerability in the user options page.

    - Restore the ability to control which headers show up in messages
      included in plaintext and MIME digests.  See the variables

    - Messages included in the plaintext digests are now sent through
      the scrubber to remove (and archive) attachments.  Otherwise,
      attachments would screw up plaintext digests.  MIME digests
      include the attachments inline.

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