Alternatives to CO-SENDER for all platforms with Open Source License

  • Sympa

    Sympa is an open source (GNU GPL) mailing list management (MLM) software. Its name is an acronym for Systeme de Multi-Postage Automatique (i.e. Automatic Mailing...

    Free Open Source Linux Self-Hosted

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  • phpList

    phpList is newsletter and email marketing software, it helps you send email campaigns, newsletters, announcements and notifications.

    Freemium $ $ $ Open Source Web Self-Hosted

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  • MailCtlr

    MailCtlr is a new system for the management of your advertising campaigns based on email, it allows you to send all the emails you want for free. Using different SMTP...

    Free Open Source Web Self-Hosted

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  • Maily Herald

    MailyHerald is a Ruby on Rails gem that helps you send and manage your application mailings. Think of Maily as a self-hosted Mailchimp alternative you can easily...

    Free Open Source Self-Hosted Ruby on Rails GitHub

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  • Gutama

    Gutuma was born out of the need for free mailing list / newsletter software that is geared, not towards mass-marketing companies and spammers, but web developers who...

    Free Open Source Self-Hosted

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    • Discontinued Last stable release is from 2008
  • iReach

    iReach is an open source web-based application developed by Lone Star Technologies which will allow you to create and manage html email campaigns. Some uses include...

    Free Open Source Self-Hosted Ruby

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  • OpenEMM

    OpenEMM is a feature-rich industrial-strength enterprise software for e-mail marketing

    Free Open Source Windows Linux

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