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 Sympa logo Sympa is an open source mailing list manager. It provides advanced features with a rich and secure web interface.

  • scalable for big mailings lists ( > 1.000.000 list members)
  • list member provisioning using LDAP, SQL or other data sources
  • various authentication method (SSO, LDAP, X509)
  • S/MIME and DKIM
  • web archive with access control, message removal etc
  • virtual hosting for service providers.
  • automatic bounce management
  • easily customizable web interface
  • SOAP interface for integration with other applications

More features description.

Sympa contacts

Whichever you chose: welcome to the community!

Sympa 6.2.44 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.44

Sympa logo 21 June 2019

The Sympa Community is proud to release the newest version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.44 is the newest stable version of Sympa 6.2.

This version fixes several bugs, and introduces some enhancements including new features described in below. Translations to several languages have been mostly completed. Administrators are encouraged to upgrade Sympa to this version.

New features

Here are some of remarklable enhancements on this release. See also release notes to know about all of improvements.

  • Hide full email addresses in archives #621 (ldidry)A new option gecos for "email address protection method" (web_archive_spam_protection) which allows to hide e-mail in archives entirely.
  • Button for full export of subscribers #616 (ldidry)With "Dump with names" button, list owners may export subscribers with their display names.
  • Admin function to bulk unsubscribe #27 (ldidry)This feature has been implemented on 6.1.x, dropped on 6.2 and now restored.

Internationalization

Thanks to heavy works by translators on translation site, Sympa almost completely supports following languages:

  • German (Deutsch)
  • Spanish (Español)
  • French (Français)
  • Galician (Galego)
  • Italian (Italiano)
  • Japanese (日本語)
  • Russian (Русский)
  • US English

Along with languages above, help documents for users are provided in following languages:

  • Catalan (Català)
  • Basque (Euskara)
  • Polish (Polski)

Debian

At last Debian 10 "buster" will be released on 2019-07-06! It will provide sympa package with Sympa 6.2.40.

FreeBSD

Ports/packages provides mail/sympa with Sympa 6.2.42.

RPM

People running either Fedora or RHEL (and clones) can find ready to use RPMs for sympa in a COPR sympa repository. People willing to also get sympa beta releases should additionally use this COPR sympa-beta repository.

  • Note that unofficial repository on Sympa-JA.org is still available. Administrators who have used it and are not planning to install beta do not need to change their repository settings.

Support for RHEL8/CentOS8 is yet to be decided.

Dropping support for Perl 5.8.x

Currently, Sympa officially supports Perl 5.8.1 and better. However, older versions of Perl have number of flaws while distributors will no longer close them. That's why we decided to drop support for older versions gradually.

Since Sympa 6.2.46, the next stable release, Perl 5.10.1 and later will be supported. Nevertheless, administrators are recommended to use as recent version of Perl as they can.

If you have any idea, please comment on the issue #620.

New Sympa logo is proposed. If you have any idea, please comment on the issue #665.


The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.43 beta 2 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.43b.2

Sympa beta logo 10 June 2019

The Sympa Community is proud to release the second beta of the next version of Sympa. Please install it to test and report bugs, translate user interface to your language, or enhance documentation of Sympa, if you want to help the Sympa community deliver a more reliable version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.43b.2 is a beta version of Sympa 6.2.

As this version fixes several bugs, it is intended to be the last beta before the next stable release mainly for regression tests.

This version is a pre-release version of the next stable release. We expect feedback from users and developers. To know how to report bugs or improvements, see Contributing to Sympa.

  • Next stable release, 6.2.44, is planned to be released on Friday, 21st June 2019 (in UTC).

After the last stable release, translation catalog has been updated because some messages were added mainly for new feature.

  • Translations added on translation site before 18th June 00:00 UTC will be shipped with the stable release.

The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.43 beta released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.43b.1

Sympa beta logo 22 May 2019

The Sympa Community is proud to release the first beta of the next version of Sympa. Please install it to test and report bugs, translate user interface to your language, or enhance documentation of Sympa, if you want to help the Sympa community deliver a more reliable version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.43b.1 is the new beta version of Sympa 6.2.

This version introduces some improvements and fixes several bugs.

This version is a pre-release version of the next stable release. We expect feedback from users and developers. To know how to report bugs or improvements, see Contributing to Sympa.

  • Next stable release, 6.2.44, is planned to be released on Friday, 21st June 2019 (in UTC).

Translation catalog was updated because some messages were added mainly for new feature.

  • Translations added on translation site before 18th June 00:00 UTC will be shipped with the stable release.

The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.42 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.42

Sympa logo 20 March 2019

The Sympa Community is proud to release the newest version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.42 is the newest stable version of Sympa 6.2.

This version fixes several bugs, and introduces some enhancements including new features described in below. Translations to several languages have been mostly completed. Administrators are encouraged to upgrade Sympa to this version.

New features

This version introduces several enhancements. Among them, following features are contributed by Luc Didry, Framasoft.

  • Global "quiet add" policy (#503) Have a quiet_subscription setting in sympa.conf allowing to enforce the "quiet add" policy, either for forcing quiet subscriptions (in enterprise for ex.) or disabling quiet subscriptions (public Sympa server, have to respect GDPR). Default behavior will be no enforcing, so quiet add is list's owner's choice.
  • "Delete my account" button (#300) A "delete my account" button wll unsubscribe you from all lists and remove your account immediately. To protect that feature, Sympa could asks for the user password. By default this feature is disabled: allow_account_deletion setting in sympa.conf may activate it.
  • "Domain blacklist" feature (#295) domains_blacklist setting in sympa.conf will prevent addresses with particular domain(s) from subscribing to list. This feature may be useful for some purposes, for example not to register addresses with domains no longer providing mail service.

Internationalization

Thanks to heavy works by translators on translation site, Sympa almost completely supports following languages:

  • Italian (Italiano)
  • Spanish (Español)
  • Galician (Galego)
  • German (Deutsch)
  • French (Français)
  • Russian (Русский)
  • Japanese (日本語)
  • US English

Along with languages above, help documents for users are provided in following languages:

  • Catalan (Català)
  • Basque (Euskara)
  • Polish (Polski)

The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.41 beta 2 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.41b.2

Sympa beta logo 9 March 2019

The Sympa Community is proud to release the new beta of the next version of Sympa. Please install it to test and report bugs, translate user interface to your language, or enhance documentation of Sympa, if you want to help the Sympa community deliver a more reliable version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.41b.2 is the new beta version of Sympa 6.2.

This version introduces some improvements and fixes several bugs.

This version is a pre-release version of the next stable release. We expect feedback from users and developers. To know how to report bugs or improvements, see Contributing to Sympa.

  • Next stable release, 6.2.42, is planned to be released on Wednesday, 20th March 2019 (in UTC).

Translation catalog was updated because some messages were added mainly for new feature.

  • Translations added on translation site before 13th March 00:00 UTC will be shipped with the stable release.

Along with several bug fixes, this version introduces several features including following things for beta testing.

Global "quiet add" policy (#503)

Have a quiet_subscription setting in sympa.conf allowing to enforce the "quiet add" policy, either for forcing quiet subscriptions (in enterprise for ex.) or disabling quiet subscriptions (public Sympa server, have to respect GDPR). Default behavior will be no enforcing, so quiet add is list's owner's choice.

"Delete my account" button (#300)

A "delete my account" button wll unsubscribe you from all lists and remove your account immediately. To protect that feature, Sympa could asks for the user password. By default this feature is disabled: allow_account_deletion setting in sympa.conf may activate it.

"Domain blacklist" feature (#295)

domains_blacklist setting in sympa.conf will prevent addresses with particular domain(s) from subscribing to list. This feature may be useful for some purposes, for example not to register addresses with domains no longer providing mail service.

Debian

The freeze for the next Debian release has been started and will culminate in a full freeze on 2019-03-12.

The latest stable release of Sympa (6.2.40) has been migrated to Debian testing. If possible, more improvements may be added before the doors are closed. In addition to that, it is planned that the latest release will be go into stretch backports.

To help Debian Sympa Team with testing the packages, please contact them.

RPM

People running either Fedora or RHEL (and clones) can find ready to use RPMs for sympa beta releases in a COPR sympa-beta repository.

For Fedora, see instruction in the page above. For RHEL and clones, you also need to enable the EPEL repository.

  • Note that unofficial repository on Sympa-JA.org is still available. Administrators who have used it and are not planning to install beta do not need to change their repository settings.

The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.41 beta released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.41b.1

Sympa beta logo 2 February 2019

The Sympa Community is proud to release the first beta of the next version of Sympa. Please install it to test and report bugs, translate user interface to your language, or enhance documentation of Sympa, if you want to help the Sympa community deliver a more reliable version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.41b.1 is the new beta version of Sympa 6.2.

This version introduces some improvements and fixes several bugs.

This version is a pre-release version of the next stable release. We expect feedback from users and developers. To know how to report bugs or improvements, see Contributing to Sympa.

  • Next stable release, 6.2.42, is planned to be released on Wednesday, 20th March 2019 (in UTC).

Translation catalog was updated because some messages were added mainly for new feature.

  • Translations added on translation site before 13th March 00:00 UTC will be shipped with the stable release.

Along with several bug fixes, this version introduces several features including following things for beta testing.

Global "quiet add" policy (#503)

Have a quiet_subscription setting in sympa.conf allowing to enforce the "quiet add" policy, either for forcing quiet subscriptions (in enterprise for ex.) or disabling quiet subscriptions (public Sympa server, have to respect GDPR). Default behavior will be no enforcing, so quiet add is list's owner's choice.

"Delete my account" button (#300)

A "delete my account" button wll unsubscribe you from all lists and remove your account immediatly. To protect that feature, Sympa could asks for the user password. By default this feature is disabled: allow_account_deletion setting in sympa.conf may activate it.

"Domain blacklist" feature (#295)

domains_blacklist setting in sympa.conf will prevent addresses with particular domain(s) from subscribing to list. This feature may be useful for some purposes, for example not to register addresses with domains no longer providing mail service.

Debian

The freeze for the next Debian release has been started and will culminate in a full freeze on 2019-03-12.

The latest stable release of Sympa (6.2.40) has been migrated to Debian testing. If possible, more improvements may be added before the doors are closed. In addition to that, it is planned that the latest release will be got into stretch backports.

To help Debian Sympa Team with testing the packages, please contact them.

RPM

People running either Fedora or RHEL (and clones) can find ready to use RPMs for sympa beta releases in a COPR sympa-beta repository.

For Fedora, see instruction in the page above. For RHEL and clones, you also need to enable the EPEL repository.

  • Note that unofficial repository on Sympa-JA.org is still available. Administrators who have used it and are not planning to install beta do not need to change their repository settings.

The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.40 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.40

Sympa logo 19 January 2019

The Sympa Community is proud to release the newest version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.40 is the newest patch release of Sympa 6.2. Administrators running or planning to run previous version (6.2.38) are strongly recommended to upgrade to this version. For more details, see “Note for upgrading” below.

This version fixes a bug introduced into Sympa 6.2.38 (See issue #527 for details). This bug does not affect earlier versions.

Administrators matching following conditions are recommended to upgrade Sympa to this version.

  • Sympa 6.2.38 is running,
  • web interface is available, and
  • there are lists which either:
    • make archives open to public and enable "cookie" spam protection (note that "cookie" setting is enabled by default),
    • allow the users to unsubscribe themselves from the list using web interface (including use of "auto_signoff" link in message footer), or
    • allow to use URL links in system messages so that users authorize requests for adding, removing, moving or reminding users.

The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.38 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.38

Sympa logo 21 December 2018

The Sympa Community is proud to release the newest version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.38 is the newest stable version of Sympa 6.2.

This version fixes several bugs, and introduces some enhancements including new features described in below. Translations to several languages have been mostly completed. Administrators are encouraged to upgrade Sympa to this version.

ARC support

Sympa supports ARC (Authenticated Received Chain). Its implementation and documentation were contributed by John Levine.

In a nutshell, ARC is an e-mail authentication scheme that remedies a problem of DMARC especially with mailing list service. About ARC in general, see a slide by DMARC.org (PDF). To enable ARC on Sympa, documentation on DKIM and ARC with Sympa.

CSRF tolerance

Random token to prevent CSRF (Cross-Site Request Forgeries) attacks will be inserted in every form on web interface. This enhancement was contributed by Michael Kaczmarczik, UT Austin.

Internationalization

Thanks to heavy works by translators on translation site, Sympa completely or almost completely supports following languages:

  • Spanish (Español)
  • Galician (Galego)
  • German (Deutsch)
  • French (Français)
  • Russian (Русский)
  • Japanese (日本語)
  • US English

Along with languages above, help documents for users are provided in following languages:

  • Catalan (Català)
  • Basque (Euskara)
  • Polish (Polski)

Binary distribution for Fedora and RHEL (and clones)

People running either Fedora or RHEL (and clones) can find ready to use RPMs for sympa in a COPR sympa repository. People willing to also get sympa beta releases should additionally use this COPR sympa-beta repository.

For Fedora, see instruction in the pages above. For RHEL and clones, you also need to enable the EPEL repository.

  • Note that unofficial repository on Sympa-JA.org is still available. Administrators who have used it and are not planning to install beta do not need to change their repository settings.

Have a great new year with Sympa!

The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.37 beta 3 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.37b.3

Sympa beta logo 8 Dec 2018

The Sympa Community is proud to release the third beta of the next version of Sympa. Please install it to test and report bugs, translate user interface to your language, or enhance documentation of Sympa, if you want to help the Sympa community deliver a more reliable version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.37b.3 is the new beta version of Sympa 6.2.

This version introduces some improvements and fixes several bugs.

This version is a pre-release version of the next stable release. We expect feedback from users and developers. To know how to report bugs or improvements, see Contributing to Sympa.

  • Next stable release, 6.2.38, is planned to be released on Friday, 21st December 2018.

Translation catalog was updated because some messages were added mainly for new feature.

  • Translations added on translation site before 19th December 00:00 UTC will be shipped with the stable release.

Binary distribution for Fedora and RHEL (and clones)

People running either Fedora or RHEL (and clones) can find ready to use RPMs for sympa 6.2.37 beta 3 in a COPR repository.

For Fedora, see instruction in the page above. For RHEL and clones, you also need to enable the EPEL repository.

  • Note that unofficial repository on Sympa-JA.org is still available. Administrators who have used it and are not planning to install beta do not need to change their repository settings.

This version also aims to be a draft of ARC (Authenticated Received Chain) support with Sympa. Its implementation and documentation were contributed by John Levine. - Issue #153 on GitHub - Draft documentation on DKIM and ARC with Sympa

In a nutshell, ARC is an e-mail authentication scheme that remedies a problem of DMARC especially with mailing list service. Supporting it, we may avoid confusing rewriting on originator addresses. For details about ARC, see a slide by DMARC.org (PDF).

We are looking forward to your feedback on GitHub issue page or mailing lists.


The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.37 beta 2 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.37b.2

Sympa beta logo 3 Nov 2018

The Sympa Community is proud to release the second beta of the next version of Sympa. Please install it to test and report bugs, translate user interface to your language, or enhance documentation on Sympa, if you want to help the Sympa community to deliver a more reliable version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.37b.2 is the new beta version of Sympa 6.2.

This version introduces some inprovements and fixes several bugs.

This version is a prerelease version of new stable release. We expect feedback from users and developers. To know how to report bugs or improvements, see Contributing to Sympa.

  • New stable release is planned to be released in Friday, 21st December 2018.

Translation catalog was updated because some messages were added mainly for new feature.

  • Translations added on translation site not after 19th December 00:00 UTC will be shipped with new stable release.

This version also aims to be a draft of ARC (Authenticated Received Chain) support with Sympa. Its implementation and documentation were contributed by John Levine. - Issue #153 on GitHub - Draft documentation on DKIM and ARC with Sympa

In a nutshell, ARC is an e-mail authentication scheme that remedies a problem of DMARC especially with mailing list service. Supporting it, we may avoid confusing rewriting on originator addresses. For details about ARC, see a slide by DMARC.org (PDF).

We will look forward your feedbacks on GitHub issue page or mailing lists.


The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.37 beta released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.37b.1

Sympa beta logo 6 Oct 2018

The Sympa Community is proud to release the first beta of the next version of Sympa. Please install it to test and report bugs, translate user interface to your language, or enhance documentation on Sympa, if you want to help the Sympa community to deliver a more reliable version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.37b.1 is the new beta version of Sympa 6.2.

This version introduces some inprovements including ARC support (see below) and fixes a few bugs.

This version is a prerelease version of new stable release. We expect feedback from users and developers. To know how to report bugs or improvements, see Contributing to Sympa.

  • New stable release is planned to be released in Friday, 21st December 2018.

Translation catalog was updated because some messages were added mainly for new feature.

  • Translations added on translation site not after 19th December 00:00 UTC will be shipped with new stable release.

This version aims to be the first draft of ARC (Authenticated Received Chain) support with Sympa. For details about ARC, see a slide by DMARC.org (PDF).

In a nutshell, ARC is an e-mail authentication scheme that remedies a problem of DMARC especially with mailing list service. Supporting it, we may avoid confusing rewriting on originator addresses.

We will look forward your feedbacks on: - GitHub issue page: Issue #153 - Mailing lists: sympa-developpers, sympa-users etc.


The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.36 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.36

Sympa logo 23 September 2018

The Sympa Community is proud to release the newest version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.36 is the newest stable version of Sympa 6.2.

This version fixes several bugs including cross site scripting (XSS) / open redirect flaw on login form, and introduces some enhancements including faster operation to purge / rename lists. Translations to several languages were mostly completed. Administrators are encouraged to upgrade Sympa to this version.


The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.35 beta released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.35b.1

Sympa beta logo 26 August 2018

The Sympa Community is proud to release the first beta of the next version of Sympa. Please install it to test and report bugs, translate user interface to your language, or enhance documentation on Sympa, if you want to help the Sympa community to deliver a more reliable version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.35b.1 is the new beta version of Sympa 6.2.

This version introduces some inprovements and fixes several bugs including degradations by the last release.

This version is a prerelease version of new stable release. We expect feedback from users and developers. To know how to report bugs or improvements, see Contributing to Sympa.

  • New stable release is planned to be released in Sunday, 23rd September 2018.

Translation catalog was updated because some messages were added due to improvement of UI.

  • Translations added on translation site not after 21th September 00:00 UTC will be shipped with new stable release.

The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.34 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.34

Sympa logo 5 July 2018

The Sympa Community is proud to release the newest version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.34 is the newest stable version of Sympa 6.2.

This version fixes several bugs, introduces enhancements including secure DKIM signature algorithm, and incompatible changes including change of user interface managing list owners and moderators. Translations to some languages were mostly completed.

Administrators are encouraged to upgrade Sympa to this version.


The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.33 beta 2 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.33b.2

Sympa beta logo 21 June 2018

The Sympa Community is proud to release the new beta of the next version of Sympa. Please install it to test and report bugs, translate user interface to your language, or enhance documentation on Sympa, if you want to help the Sympa community to deliver a more reliable version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.33b.2 is the new beta version of Sympa 6.2.

This version fixes several bugs, and introduces some improvements including update of web UI component.

This version is a prerelease version of new stable release. We expect feedback from users and developers. To know how to report bugs or improvements, see Contributing to Sympa.

  • New stable release is planned to be released in Thursday, 5th July 2018.

Translation catalog was updated because some messages were added due to improvement of UI.

  • Translations added on translation site not after 4th July 00:00 UTC will be shipped with new stable release.

The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.33 beta released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.33b.1

Sympa beta logo 3 May 2018

The Sympa Community is proud to release the first beta of the next version of Sympa. Please install it to test and report bugs, translate user interface to your language, or enhance documentation on Sympa, if you want to help the Sympa community to deliver a more reliable version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.33b.1 is the new beta version of Sympa 6.2.

This version fixes several bugs, and introduces an improvement not to store list owners and moderators in list config files.

This version is a prerelease version of new stable release. We expect feedback from users and developers. To know how to report bugs or improvements, see Contributing to Sympa.

  • New stable release is planned to be released in Thursday, 21st June 2018.

Sympa 6.2 adopted new skin using Foundation as web user interface framework. Now we are working for moving to Foundation for Site 6, and look forward your help. If you are interested, visit the page of Issue #170 on GitHub project site.


The Sympa Community

[Security update] Sympa 6.2.32 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.32

Sympa logo 19 April 2018

The Sympa Community is proud to release the newest version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.32 is the security update of Sympa 6.2.

It fixes a potential security threat related to template editing along with several bugs. See "Security advisory" for details. All administrators are strongly recommended to upgrade to this version, or to take measures.


The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.30 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.30

Sympa logo 26 March 2018

The Sympa Community is proud to release the newest version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.30 is the newest patch release of Sympa 6.2. See “Note for upgrading” to decide if you should upgrade.

This version fixes following critical bug. - Unable to edit owners/subscribers #240

Administrators correspond to all conditions below are recommended to upgrade Sympa to this version.

  • Either Sympa 6.2.25b.3, 6.2.26 or 6.2.28 has been installed,
  • PostgreSQL or Oracle Database is used for core database (check db_type parameter in sympa.conf), and
  • list owners cannot add new owner, moderator or subscriber.

The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.28 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.28

Sympa logo 22 March 2018

The Sympa Community is proud to release the newest version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.28 is the newest stable version of Sympa 6.2.

  • Sympa 6.2.26 was withdrawn. Use this version.

This version fixes several bugs, introduces enhancements including more secure password hash, and incompatible changes including consistent scenario names and new parameters for web interface. Administrators are encouraged to upgrade Sympa to this version.

sympa-contribs is a repository for contributions to Sympa that won't fit in the code but could be useful to others anyway.

If you decided to make contribution: - Clone repository above, - Create a directory for your contrib and provide a README.md at the root of your contribution to help people understanding what it does and how to use it, - Then submit it as a Pull Request.


The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.25 beta 3 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.25b.3

Sympa beta logo 13 March 2018

The Sympa Community is proud to release the second beta of the next version of sympa. Please install it to test and report bugs, translate user interface to your language, or enhance documentation on Sympa, if you want to help the sympa community to deliver a more reliable version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.25b.3 is the new beta version of Sympa 6.2.

This version fixes several bugs, introduces enhancements including more secure password hash, and incompatible changes including consistent scenario names.

This version is a prerelease version of new stable release. We expect feedback from users and developers. To know how to report bugs or improvements, see Contributing to Sympa.

  • New stable release is planned to be released in Tuesday, 20th March 2018.

sympa-contribs is a repository for contributions to Sympa that won't fit in the code but could be useful to others anyway.

If you decided to make contribution: - Clone repository above, - Create a directory for your contrib and provide a README.md at the root of your contribution to help people understanding what it does and how to use it, - Then submit it as a Pull Request.


The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.25 beta 2 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.25b.2

Sympa beta logo 5 March 2018

The Sympa Community is proud to release the second beta of the new version of sympa. Please install it to test and report bugs, translate user interface to your language, or enhance documentation on Sympa, if you want to help the sympa community to deliver a more reliable version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.25b.2 is the new beta version of Sympa 6.2.

This version fixes several bugs and makes several incompatible changes including parameters for web interface.

This version is a prerelease version of new stable release. We expect feedback from users and developers. See Contributing to Sympa to know details.

  • New stable release is planned to be released in Tuesday, 20th March 2018.

The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.25 beta released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.25b.1

Sympa beta logo 12 February 2018

The Sympa Community is proud to release the first beta of the next version of sympa. Please install it to test and report bugs, translate user interface to your language, or enhance documentation on Sympa, if you want to help the sympa community to deliver a more reliable version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.25b.1 is the new beta version of Sympa 6.2.

This version fixes several bugs, improves some functions on scenario and makes minor incompatible changes.

This version is a prerelease version of new stable release. We expect feedback from users and developers. See Contributing to Sympa to know details.

  • Debugging phase will begin in Monday, 12th February 2018.Also, translations added in this period will be incorporated into stable release.
  • New stable release is planned to be released in Tuesday, 20th March 2018.

The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.23 beta 3 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.23b.3

Sympa beta logo 14 December 2017

The Sympa Community is proud to release the second beta of the next version of sympa. Please install it to test and report bugs, translate user interface to your language, or enhance documentation on Sympa, if you want to help the sympa community to deliver a more reliable version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.23b.3 is the new beta version of Sympa 6.2.

This version fixes several bugs and introduces an enhancement.

This version is a prerelease version of new stable release. We expect feedback from users and developers. To know how to report bugs or improvements, see Contributing to Sympa.

  • New stable release is planned to be released in Thursday, 21st December 2017.

Sympa-Ansible project aims to provide an example of Ansible Playbooks organization focusing on deployment for multiple environments, articulation with Vagrant, keyczar based encryption. This project is based on Ansible-tools which demonstrates a way to use Ansible to effectively and securely manage multiple environments ranging from development to production using the same playbook.

To try out deployment of Sympa with Ansible, see Quickstart guide.


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Sympa 6.2.24 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.24

Sympa logo 21 December 2017

The Sympa Community is proud to release the newest version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.24 is the newest stable version of Sympa 6.2.

This version includes several bug fixes along with improvements. Administrators are encouraged to upgrade Sympa to this version.


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Sympa 6.2.23 beta 2 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.23b.2

Sympa beta logo 30 November 2017

The Sympa Community is proud to release the second beta of the next version of sympa. Please install it to test and report bugs, translate user interface to your language, or enhance documentation on Sympa, if you want to help the sympa community to deliver a more reliable version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.23b.2 is the new beta version of Sympa 6.2.

This version fixes several bugs.

This version is a prerelease version of new stable release. We expect feedback from users and developers. To know how to report bugs or improvements, see Contributing to Sympa.

  • New stable release is planned to be released in Thursday, 21st December 2017.

Sympa-Ansible project aims to provide an example of Ansible Playbooks organization focusing on deployment for multiple environments, articulation with Vagrant, keyczar based encryption. This project is based on Ansible-tools which demonstrates a way to use Ansible to effectively and securely manage multiple environments ranging from development to production using the same playbook.

To try out deployment of Sympa with Ansible, see Quickstart guide.


The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.23 beta released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.23b.1

Sympa beta logo 20 November 2017

The Sympa Community is proud to release the first beta of the next version of sympa. Please install it to test and report bugs, translate user interface to your language, or enhance documentation on Sympa, if you want to help the sympa community to deliver a more reliable version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.23b.1 is the new beta version of Sympa 6.2.

This version fixes several bugs, improves some functions on scenario and makes minor incompatible changes.

This version is a prerelease version of new stable release. We expect feedback from users and developers. See Contributing to Sympa to know details.

  • Debugging phase will begin in Monday, 20th November 2017.Also, translations added in this period will be incorporated into stable release.
  • New stable release is planned to be released in Thursday, 21st December 2017.

Sympa-Ansible project aims to provide an example of Ansible Playbooks organization focusing on deployment for multiple environments, articulation with Vagrant, keyczar based encryption. This project is based on Ansible-tools which demonstrates a way to use Ansible to effectively and securely manage multiple environments ranging from development to production using the same playbook.

To try out deployment of Sympa with Ansible, see Quickstart guide.


The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.22 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.22

Sympa logo 1 October 2017

The Sympa Community is proud to release the newest version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.22 is the newest patch release of Sympa 6.2. See “Note for upgrading” to decide if you should upgrade.

This version fixes following critical bugs. - upgrade_send_spool.pl could leave some messages not upgraded [diff] - "sympa.pl --change_user_email" was broken #65

Administrators in either of conditions below are recommended to upgrade Sympa to this version. - Sympa prior to 6.2 has been installed, and waits for upgrading. - Sympa 6.2.20 has been installed, and sympa.pl can't be invoked with --change_user_email option.


The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.20 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.20

Sympa logo 22 September 2017

The Sympa Community is proud to release the newest version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.20 is the new stable version of Sympa 6.2. - Download source distribution - Check the release notes - Check the upgrade instructions from earlier versions

This version includes several bug fixes along with improvements. Administrators are encouraged to upgrade Sympa to this version.

  • Even on late versions, several big changes on templates have been made. Some of them broke backward compatibility in exchange for bug fixes. If you have customized templates with earlier version of Sympa, you should check if web interface will work correctly and if system messages are sent correctly after upgrading, and reapply customization to new templates as necessity.

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Sympa 6.2.19 beta 2 released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.19b.2

Sympa beta logo 10 September 2017

The Sympa Community is proud to release the second beta of the next version of sympa. Please install it to test and report bugs, translate user interface to your language, or enhance documentation on Sympa, if you want to help the sympa community to deliver a more reliable version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.19b.2 is the new beta version of Sympa 6.2.

This version, along with fixing several bugs, improves some functions on web interface.

This version is a prerelease version of new stable release. We expect feedback from users and developers.

  • New stable release is planned to be released in Friday, 22nd September 2017.

We expect feedback by users and developers. You can submit issues and pull requests to the project on GitHub:

If you have difficulty accessing GitHub site, you may send bug reports to the developers:

You may help us translating user interface of Sympa to your languages:

To add or correct translations, you have to sign up.

More about translation, please see the Translation Guide.

The site for development of Sympa documentation launced:

This site aims to renovate Sympa documentation. We expect inputs including addition, correction and suggestion from the community. For further details, please see the page "Contributing for Sympa documentation".


The Sympa Community

Sympa 6.2.19 beta released

https://github.com/sympa-community/sympa/releases/tag/6.2.19b.1

Sympa beta logo 21 August 2017

The Sympa Community is proud to release the first beta of the next version of sympa. Please install it to test and report bugs, translate user interface to your language, or enhance documentation on Sympa, if you want to help the sympa community to deliver a more reliable version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.19b.1 is the new beta version of Sympa 6.2.

This version, along with fixing several bugs, improves some functions on web interface.

This version is a prerelease version of new stable release. We expect feedback from users and developers.

  • Debugging phase will begin in Monday, 21th August 2017.Also, translations added in this period will be incorporated into stable release.
  • New stable release is planned to be released in Friday, 22nd September 2017.

We expect feedback by users and developers. You can submit issues and pull requests to the project on GitHub:

If you have difficulty accessing GitHub site, you may send bug reports to the developers:

You may help us translating user interface of Sympa to your languages:

To add or correct translations, you have to sign up.

More about translation, please see the Translation Guide.

The site for development of Sympa documentation launced:

This site aims to renovate Sympa documentation. We expect inputs including addition, correction and suggestion from the community. For further details, please see the page "Contributing for Sympa documentation".


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