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  • Ben March 2015
Send from Amazon EC2 without domain?
  • Hey Ben,

    I set up an instance on Amazon on EC2 because Sendy was running too slowly on my site. I don't really need to host any of my websites there though, I just set it up specifically for Sendy to run off of. Can I just use the IP address from my Amazon EC2 as opposed to actually setting up a domain/website there?

    Thanks In Advance.

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  • Vote Up0Vote Down BenBen
    Posts: 3,489Sendy support

    Hi,

    Can I just use the IP address from my Amazon EC2 as opposed to actually setting up a domain/website there?

    Yes you can just use EC2's IP address as your Sendy URL to access your Sendy installation. Though I'd recommend mapping a CNAME, eg. sendy.yourdomain.com to EC2's IP address so that you can access Sendy via http://sendy.yourdomain.com.

    Hope this helps.

    Best regards,
    Ben

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