Running sendy on nginx – sendy nginx rules

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Sendy comes with instructions for setting up on apache. I had to recently setup sendy on a subdirectory called “mailer” on nginx.

These are the rules I came up with:

The important parts to consider are these lines which let sendy operate flawlessly:

 

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One thought on “Running sendy on nginx – sendy nginx rules

  1. Kiai

    Hi Kailash,

    I have an nginx ssl proxy with varnish and apache2 and it won’t work with sendy so I am trying to figure out how to add a block to the nginx config to serve the sendy directory directly from nginx without proxying.

    See the question here:

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/33766424/how-do-i-make-nginx-act-as-both-a-proxy-and-web-server

    Do you know how to do this? I have tried adding a location block but it just gives me 404 errors, I have php5-fpm and I’ve tested it fine on another domain so I must be getting the config wrong.

    Thanks.

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