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Does the Sendy server/host need to stay online 24/7?

edited October 2021 in Questions

We're new to Sendy and wondering whether we can get away with turning off the Sendy EC2 instance overnight and otherwise whenever we're not sending emails? What would be the downsides, if any, of such an approach? Specifically wondering whether tracking, subscribing, unsubscribing, bounce handling, etc., continue to function via AWS mechanisms when the Sendy instance is down.


  • Hi,

    If you 'Shutdown' your Amazon EC2 server, your Sendy installation will not be able to track opens and clicks. Trackable links as well as unsubscribe and web version links will be broken and offline.

    Best regards,

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