#! /usr/bin/python # Configuration variables - Change these for your site if necessary. # MailmanHome = "@prefix@"; # Mailman home directory. MailmanVar = "@VAR_PREFIX@"; # Mailman directory for mutable data. MailmanOwner = "postmaster@localhost"; # Postmaster and abuse mail recepient. # # End of configuration variables. # courier-to-mailman.py # # Interface mailman to a Courier virtual domain. Does not require the creation # of _any_ list-specific aliases to connect lists to your mail system. # # Adapted March 29, 2004 by Lindsay Haisley, firstname.lastname@example.org from # qmail-to-mailman.py by Bruce Perens, email@example.com, March 1999. # # This is free software under the GNU General Public License. # # This script is meant to be called from # <domain_home>/alias/.courier-default. It catches all mail to any address # at a virtual domain not otherwise handled by an explicit account or a # .courier file. It looks at the recepient for each mail message not # otherwise handled and decides if the mail is addressed to a valid list or # not, and bounces the message with a helpful suggestion if it's not # addressed to a list. It decides if it is a posting, a list command, or # mail to the list administrator by checking for the various address tags as # defined in manual Mailman list creation output (~mailman/bin/newlist). It # will recognize a list as soon as the list is created. Above and beyond # setting up a proper locally-hosted domain in Courier (the use of webadmin # is highly recommended!), no other configuration should be required. This # program recognizes mail to postmaster, mailman-owner, abuse, # mailer-daemon, root, and owner, and routes those mails to MailmanOwner as # defined in the configuration variables, above. # # INSTALLATION: # # Install this file as @prefix@/bin/courier-to-mailman.py # # To configure a virtual domain to connect to mailman, create these files: # # <domain_home>/alias/.courier-listname # ... containing ... # |/usr/bin/preline @prefix@/bin/courier-to-mailman.py # # Symlink <domain_home>/alias/.courier-listname-default to this file # # "listname" is the name of your list. # # Paths must, of course, be set correctly for the Courier and Mailman # installations on your system. # # Note: "preline" is a Courier program which ensures a Unix "From " header # is on the message. Archiving will break without this. import sys, os, re, string def main(): os.nice(5) # Handle mailing lists at non-interactive priority. os.chdir(MailmanVar + "/lists") try: local = string.lower(os.environ["LOCAL"]) except: # This might happen if we're not using qmail. sys.stderr.write("LOCAL not set in environment?\n") sys.exit(112) names = ("root", "postmaster", "mailer-daemon", "mailman-owner", "owner", "abuse") for i in names: if i == local: os.execv("/usr/bin/sendmail", ("/usr/bin/sendmail", MailmanOwner)) sys.exit(0) type = "post" listname = string.lower(local) types = (("-admin$", "admin"), ("-bounces$", "bounces"), ("-bounces\+.*$", "bounces"), # for VERP ("-confirm$", "confirm"), ("-confirm\+.*$", "confirm"), ("-join$", "join"), ("-leave$", "leave"), ("-owner$", "owner"), ("-request$", "request"), ("-subscribe$", "subscribe"), ("-unsubscribe$", "unsubscribe")) for i in types: if re.search(i,local): type = i listname = re.sub(i,"",local) if os.path.exists(listname): os.execv(MailmanHome + "/mail/mailman", (MailmanHome + "/mail/mailman", type, listname)) else: bounce() sys.exit(111) def bounce(): bounce_message = """\ TO ACCESS THE MAILING LIST SYSTEM: Start your web browser on http://%s/ That web page will help you subscribe or unsubscribe, and will give you directions on how to post to each mailing list.\n""" sys.stderr.write(bounce_message % (os.environ["HOST"])) sys.exit(100) try: sys.exit(main()) except SystemExit, argument: sys.exit(argument) except Exception, argument: info = sys.exc_info() trace = info sys.stderr.write("%s %s\n" % (sys.exc_type, argument)) sys.stderr.write("LINE %d\n" % (trace.tb_lineno)) sys.exit(111) # Soft failure, try again later.