NEWS for mailmanclient
MailingList.unsubscribe. (Fixes #62)
Add support to fetch pending unsubscription requests. (Closes #63)
member_idas a property of
Memberobject. (Closes #64)
Return pending token when a Member is unsubscribed. (Closes #65)
Allow specifying a reason when handling subscription requests (Closes #66)
Add support to specify fields when fetching a roster. (Closes #67)
Add a mechanism to hook into the request parameters. (Closes #68)
Add basic support for async client for Mailman API.
delivery_statuswhen subscribing a Member. (Closes #78)
Add a new
Client.find_usersAPI which allows searching for the users. (Closes #71)
Add bounce parameters in Member resource.
Add two new
get_requests_count()to get pending subscription requests``MailingList.get_requests`` is the new API to fetch pending requests and supersedes the previous
requestsproperty. (See #121)
Member.subscription_modeto determine if a User is subscribed or an Address. (See #121)
Add a new
get_held_count()API to get a count of held messages for a
MailingList. (See #122)
display_nameto the pending subscription requests. (Fixes #55)
Allow setting a
addressattribute. (See #128)
Add support for inviting an email address to join a list.
Rewrite urls according to the
baseurlused to instantiate
Clientinstead of relying on
self_link. (Fixes #22)
get_requestAPI to MailingList to get individual request objects.
send_welcome_messageparameter to MailingList.subscribe() to suppress welcome message. (Closes #61)
Held message moderation now supports an optional keyword,
reasonto specify the reason to reject the message. (Closes #49)
Fix a bug where missing
MalingList.subscribewould subscribe the user with a display name of “None”. (Fixes #52)
MailingListobject. (See #115)
roster/nonmembersresource instead of the
find/API for consistency.
MailingList.get_nonmemberto get a non-member by address. (Fixes #47)
find_liststo support filtering the response by a list domain.
URL encode values in URL which are url unsafe. (Closes #44)
Add support to mass unsubscribe memebrs from a Mailing List. (Closes #43)
Add support to set a user’s preferred address. (See #99)
- Add a new
tagattribute to HeaderMatches and support to find a set
of matches based on tag.
- Add a new
Add support for Python 3.7
descriptionas a property of
MailingList. Initially, this was a part of
Preferencesobject, which would mean an additional API call to get the description of a Mailing List. (Closes #35)
MailingList.get_membersno longer requires
addressas a mandatory argument which allows searching for all memberships of of a particular role. Also,
roleno longer has a default argument, so that we can search for all memberships of an address.
Add ‘.pc’ (patch directory) to list of ignored patterns when building the documentation with Sphinx.
Mailinglist.add_owner and Mailinglist.add_moderator now accept an additional display_name argument that allows associating display names with these memberships.
Add a new API
Client.find_listswhich allows filtering mailing lists related to a subscriber. It optionally allows a role, which filters the lists that the address is subscribed to with that role.
Backwards Incompatible Changes
MailingList.owners and MailingList.moderators now returns a list of Member objects instead of a list of emails.
Domain.owners now returns a list of User objects instead of just a dictionary of JSON response. (#63)
Python 2.7 is no longer supported.
Python3 compatibility is fixed, mailmanclient is now compatible through Python2.7 - Python3.6
Internal source code is now split into several class-specific modules as compared to previously a single giant _client module.
All the RestObjects, like MailingList, are now exposed from the top level import.
Old mailmanclient._client module is added back for compatibility with versions of Postorius that use some internal APIs.
Align with Mailman 3.1 Core REST API.
Python3 compatibility is broken because of a urllib bug.
Port to Python 3.4.
Run test suite with tox.
Use vcrpy for HTTP testing.
Add list archiver access.
Add subscription moderation