Mailsync is lightweight self-hosted web application that makes it easy to sync user information right from your database and the coresponding lists in Mailchimp and Campaign Monitor. You can sync as many databases and lists as you want.
1. Works with your own users from your own database. You may use it on just a landing page or a working product.
2. Removes the need for generating, transfering, exporting and importing database dumps, csv and excel files.
3. Syncs the users data between your database and marketing lists with just one click.
4. Self-hosted application, therefore you have control over the data and the product in your environment.
5. Works with two of the most popular databases: MySQL and PostgreSQL.
Mailsync was developed, tested and works on Debian (6.0), Ubuntu (10.04+), CentOS (6.0), Fedora (11+) and Amazon Linux AMI servers running Python 2.6/2.7.
1. This is the Dashboard. This is where you can view and sync your data. To create new sync just click the "New Sync" button.
2. Here we ask for your provider data. Just select the list you need to synchronize.
3. We need your database credentials and the user's table. Once selected you can continue by pressing the "Next" button.
4. And the third piece of information we will get is the connection between table and email fields.
5. That's it. No more steps, you've just achieved Mailsync Level 2 :).
Have a look at the configuration guide.
Fork, mix'n'shake, code and pull the request. Preferably in that order.
That's great! In order to help me and do more for you, I've summarized what you can do in advance:
1. If the question is related to the installation you can have a look at the configuration guide.
2. You can always have a look at the help/faq guide. There is some good amount of information
3. Checkout the issues or even open one if needed.
4. If you still need me - [ team at mailsync dot li ] is the email you can reach me.
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Here is a list of great companies, projects/libraries and people that made the development of Mailsync possible (in no particular order):MailChimp, Campaign Monitor, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Backbone.js, SQLAlchemy and Martin Rusev who helped building the initial version.