Source code for mailman.app.lifecycle

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"""Application level list creation."""

import re
import shutil
import logging

from contextlib import suppress
from mailman.config import config
from mailman.interfaces.address import IEmailValidator
from mailman.interfaces.domain import (
    BadDomainSpecificationError, IDomainManager)
from mailman.interfaces.listmanager import IListManager
from mailman.interfaces.mailinglist import InvalidListNameError
from mailman.interfaces.member import MemberRole
from mailman.interfaces.styles import IStyleManager
from mailman.interfaces.usermanager import IUserManager
from mailman.utilities.modules import call_name
from public import public
from zope.component import getUtility


log = logging.getLogger('mailman.error')
# These are the only characters allowed in list names.  A more restrictive
# class can be specified in config.mailman.listname_chars.
_listname_chars = re.compile('[-_.+=!$*{}~0-9a-z]', re.IGNORECASE)


[docs]@public def create_list(fqdn_listname, owners=None, style_name=None): """Create the named list and apply styles. The mailing may not exist yet, but the domain specified in `fqdn_listname` must exist. :param fqdn_listname: The fully qualified name for the new mailing list. :type fqdn_listname: string :param owners: The mailing list owners. :type owners: list of string email addresses :param style_name: The name of the style to apply to the newly created list. If not given, the default is taken from the configuration file. :type style_name: string :return: The new mailing list. :rtype: `IMailingList` :raises BadDomainSpecificationError: when the hostname part of `fqdn_listname` does not exist. :raises ListAlreadyExistsError: when the mailing list already exists. :raises InvalidEmailAddressError: when the fqdn email address is invalid. :raises InvalidListNameError: when the fqdn email address is valid but the listname contains disallowed characters. """ if owners is None: owners = [] # This raises InvalidEmailAddressError if the address is not a valid # posting address. Let these percolate up. getUtility(IEmailValidator).validate(fqdn_listname) listname, domain = fqdn_listname.split('@', 1) # We need to be fussier than just validating the posting address. Various # legal local-part characters will cause problems in list names. # First we check our maximally allowed set. if len(_listname_chars.sub('', listname)) > 0: raise InvalidListNameError(listname) # Then if another set is configured, check that. if config.mailman.listname_chars: try: cre = re.compile(config.mailman.listname_chars, re.IGNORECASE) except re.error as error: log.error( 'Bad config.mailman.listname_chars setting: %s: %s', config.mailman.listname_chars, getattr(error, 'msg', str(error)) ) else: if len(cre.sub('', listname)) > 0: raise InvalidListNameError(listname) if domain not in getUtility(IDomainManager): raise BadDomainSpecificationError(domain) mlist = getUtility(IListManager).create(fqdn_listname) style = getUtility(IStyleManager).get( config.styles.default if style_name is None else style_name) if style is not None: style.apply(mlist) # Coordinate with the MTA, as defined in the configuration file. call_name(config.mta.incoming).create(mlist) # Create any owners that don't yet exist, and subscribe all addresses as # owners of the mailing list. user_manager = getUtility(IUserManager) for owner_address in owners: address = user_manager.get_address(owner_address) if address is None: user = user_manager.create_user(owner_address) address = list(user.addresses)[0] mlist.subscribe(address, MemberRole.owner) return mlist
@public def remove_list(mlist): """Remove the list and all associated artifacts and subscriptions.""" # Remove the list's data directory, if it exists. with suppress(FileNotFoundError): shutil.rmtree(mlist.data_path) # Delete the mailing list from the database. getUtility(IListManager).delete(mlist) # Do the MTA-specific list deletion tasks call_name(config.mta.incoming).delete(mlist)