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New reCAPTCHA integration in Mailman?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by JanKrohn, Apr 16, 2018.

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  1. JanKrohn

    JanKrohn Active Member

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    Since I've been targeted with sign-up spam, I'm intrigued that Mailman 2.1.26 is finally available in cPanel, which comes with built-in reCAPTCHA support.

    2.1.26 : Series 2.1 : GNU Mailman
    Adding reCAPTCHA support to Mailman

    Minor downside: I'm not getting it to work...

    I've installed pip (with yum). I've installed python-rechaptcha and python-recaptcha-client (with pip), restarted the server, and added the lines to listinfo.html

    Result: nothing.

    Any ideas...?
     
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    Hello @JanKrohn,

    Can you provide some more information on where you see that Mailman version 2.1.26 is offered as part of cPanel & WHM? I see that version 2.1.25 is offered as of cPanel & WHM version 70:

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    # cat /usr/local/cpanel/version
    11.70.0.27
    # /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/mailman/bin/version
    Using Mailman version: 2.1.25
    Thank you.
     
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    Oh... you're right. This explains why it isn't working.
    Anyway, I now have the config already in place for future releases...
     
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