Source code for mailmanclient.restobjects.user

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from mailmanclient.restobjects.preferences import PreferencesMixin

from mailmanclient.restobjects.address import Addresses, Address
from mailmanclient.restbase.base import RESTObject

__metaclass__ = type
__all__ = [
    'User'
]


[docs]class User(RESTObject, PreferencesMixin): _properties = ('created_on', 'display_name', 'is_server_owner', 'password', 'self_link', 'user_id') _writable_properties = ('cleartext_password', 'display_name', 'is_server_owner') def __init__(self, connection, url, data=None): super(User, self).__init__(connection, url, data) self._subscriptions = None self._subscription_list_ids = None def __repr__(self): return '<User {0!r} ({1})>'.format(self.display_name, self.user_id) @property def addresses(self): return Addresses( self._connection, 'users/{0}/addresses'.format(self.user_id)) def __setattr__(self, name, value): """Special case for the password""" if name == 'password': self._changed_rest_data['cleartext_password'] = value if self._autosave: self.save() else: super(User, self).__setattr__(name, value) @property def subscriptions(self): from mailmanclient.restobjects.member import Member if self._subscriptions is None: subscriptions = [] for address in self.addresses: response, content = self._connection.call( 'members/find', data={'subscriber': address}) try: for entry in content['entries']: subscriptions.append(Member( self._connection, entry['self_link'], entry)) except KeyError: pass self._subscriptions = subscriptions return self._subscriptions @property def subscription_list_ids(self): if self._subscription_list_ids is None: list_ids = [] for sub in self.subscriptions: list_ids.append(sub.list_id) self._subscription_list_ids = list_ids return self._subscription_list_ids
[docs] def add_address(self, email, absorb_existing=False): """ Adds another email adress to the user record and returns an _Address object. :param email: The address to add :type email: str. :param absorb_existing: set this to True if you want to add the address even if it already exists. It will import the existing user into the current one, not overwriting any previously set value. :type absorb_existing: bool. """ url = '{0}/addresses'.format(self._url) data = {'email': email} if absorb_existing: data['absorb_existing'] = 1 response, content = self._connection.call(url, data) address = { 'email': email, 'self_link': response['location'], } return Address(self._connection, address['self_link'], address)