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What hosting server do you use with Sendy?



  • Thank you, @rayholt.

    I was able to get a VPS and it seems to work.

  • I am a beginner and I install sendy using EC2 T2 micro instance and it seems that there is always an issue because there are a lots of time that
    I can not access my login url and virtualmin url because the server can not be access issue. And the instance is always on 1/2 passed. Any help is highly appreciable, thanks..

  • using managed server with root access for over 15 years. Very satisfied.

  • @presswizards Another option is to use our specialised Sendy hosting service -

    We have been running this service for ~2 years now. Our entire stack is optimised to handle the performance needs of running Sendy. Plus we offer drag and drop email builder (Bee) integration.

    Give us a spin. I am confident it will save you a lot of time and effort.

  • I have Sendy installed on a cheap instance as one of several webapps via interface. Very happy with it and works great.


  • I've been using an arm based ec2 instance. So far it has been working great.

    This was also my first time using AWS, so I followed a tutorial which turned out be one of the most comprehensive and accurate tutorials I have ever used.

  • $3.50/month AWS Lightsail (Bitnami LAMP instance). Very happy.

  • I used server, and useful for me.

  • Hi guys!

    I recommend and have been using DreamHost's "Shared Unlimited" plan with AWS SES for over 1 year and have never had any problems. The promotion follows:

    Regards, Ricardo Belo

  • my openion is best and cheap hosting provider. its best and better forever

  • I've used different services, but the choice is definitely AWS/SES. Fast, efficient, inexpensive (1$ x 10,000 msg). Sendy is made for it

  • I recently noticed this note in the AWS pricing page
    stating that if emails are sent from an app hosted in Amazon EC2 you can get upto 62K free
    emails each month. Does it apply if I create a VPS in Amazon EC2 to host SENDY?
    If so I was wondering why more people is not using AWS for hosting their SENDY sites

  • @alenguav Yes, if you host Sendy on an Amazon EC2 server, you get to send 62,000 emails for free via Amazon SES every month.

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