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Mailman 2.1.16 or later for CentOS

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Is there a repository with a newer version of mailman for CentOS 5? CentOS 5 ships with mailman 2.1.9 and it looks like I need some of the features of newer version of mailman to cope with DMARC issues relating to aol, yahoo, and hotmail with at least one of my mailman lists.

posted Apr 27, 2014 by Luv Kumar

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