Easy to use self-hosting of websites and email on Linux servers.
Easy to understand
Full Email support
Works with you
Secure by Design
Sympl is a collection of open-source scripts and templates which allow you to automatically and efficiently configure your website and email on a server running the industry-standard Debian Linux.
Configured by creating files in directories via SSH or SFTP, it uses template-based configurations following best-practices and decades of system administration experience to make configuring and maintaining full Web Hosting 'LAMP' and Email stacks trivial.
Forked from Symbiosis by a System Administrator who supported it across hundreds of servers for multiple years, it maintains the easy to understand configuration methods of its parent but adds features and functionality you'd expect from modern hosting packages, with a focus on security and maintainability.
Sympl benefits from the security updates from the Debian Security team, and automatically applies security updates daily, with Long Term Support from Debian for 5 years or more, and if it comes to it, it's easy to migrate your website and email to a new server.
Finally, Sympl is under continuous development, and has an active, supportive, community, and even updates itself automatically, providing new functionally as time goes on.
It's available now for Debian Stretch, Buster and Bullseye at no cost, and will run happily on Dedicated or Virtual servers, and even the Raspberry Pi.
- Email not working
- Exim whitelist?
- Bookworm fetchmail talking to old Symbioisis server
- Roundcube's future at Nextcloud - An interview with the founders - Nextcloud
- .htpassword and user permissions
- Sympl 10 -> 11 — sources.list
- Upgrade from Sympl 10 to 11: a few questions
- Problem with zz-mass-hosting.ssl.conf
- 2023-11-01 - Sympl is now 'architecture independent', Raspberry Pi Support returns!
- Sympl 12 for Debian 'bookworm' is now available, with new features!
- Development of Sympl 12 for Debian 'Bookworm' is in progress
- Sympl Source Code repository moved to GitLab
- 2022-07-26 - sympl-firewall IPv6 blacklisting update
- 2022-07-11 - sympl-firewall critical update
- Sympl 9 - End of Life 2022-06-30
- 2022-05-10 - Update Rollup