Schleuder is an encrypting mailing list manager with remailing-capabilities.
Install the schleuderAUR package.
After updating the main configuration file to your needs (see next section). You need to run
schleuder install as the
schleuder system user:
$ su schleuder -s /bin/bash -c 'schleuder install'
To create the needed certificates for the transport encryption
The basic configuration is happening in the
/etc/schleuder/schleuder.yml configuration file by default. The path to the configuration file can be changed by setting the
SCHLEUDER_CONFIG environment variable before running schleuder commands.
The default configuration for schleuder can be found in the upstream repository.
The default configuration for new lists is done via the
/etc/schleuder/list-defaults.yml configuration file. The path can again be changed. This time by the
SCHLEUDER_LIST_DEFAULTS environment variable. The default values for this configuration file can be found here. Once a list was created their configuration only is controlled by the database.
To change configuration of existing lists the schleuder API can be used via schleuder-cliAUR or
Hook into Mail Transport Agent
Read the upstream documentation to find out how to configure the mail transfer agent in order for schleuder to be able to receive mails. The upstream documentation gives examples for Postfix and Exim.
In order for a client to be able to talk to schleuder you have to create and configure an API key. Run the following command to generate a new API key:
$ schleuder new_api_key
Afterwards the new API key needs to be added to the
valid_api_keys section of the configuration file.
Enable and start the
The systemd service with timer
schleuder-weekly-key-maintenance.timer exist to refresh and check keys.
To manage lists you can use schleuder-cliAUR or
schleuder-web. They are treated as clients and you need to configure API keys for them.