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

  • @presswizards Another option is to use our specialised Sendy hosting service - https://sendybay.com

    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 Vultr.com instance as one of several webapps via Runcloud.io interface. Very happy with it and works great.

    Ray

  • 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.

    https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/ec2-lamp-amazon-linux-2.html

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

  • I used http://sentosh.com/ 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: https://www.dreamhost.com/r.cgi?504538/hosting/shared/

    Regards, Ricardo Belo

  • my openion is best and cheap hosting provider. https://bit.ly/3i0p7lt 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 https://aws.amazon.com/es/ses/pricing/
    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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