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Domain Verification for the Amazon Simple Email Service

The Amazon Simple Email Service (SES) makes it easy and cost-effective for you to send bulk or transactional email messages. As I described in my introductory post (Introducing the Amazon Simple Email Service), you must verify the email address (or addresses) that you plan to use to send messages. The initial verification process must be […]

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AWS Summer Startups: Mediology

Over the summer months, we’d like to share a few stories from startups around the world: what are they working on and how they are using the cloud to get things done. Today, we’re profiling Mediology Software from India! The Story2010 was the first year when we allowed countries from Asia Pacific to enter the […]

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Amazon Simple Email Service Now Supports Attachments

You can now use the Amazon Simple Email Service to send email message that include attachments such as images or documents. There are no new “attachment” APIs. Instead, you simply use the existing SendRawEmail function to send a message that includes one or more MIME parts. Each part of the message must be of a […]

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Upcoming Event: AWS Tech Summit, London

I’m very pleased to invite you all to join the AWS team in London, for our first Tech Summit of 2011. We’ll take a quick, high level tour of the Amazon Web Services cloud platform before diving into the technical detail of how to build highly available, fault tolerant systems, host databases and deploy Java applications […]

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Guest Post – Amazon SES Update & Webinar

For this post, I am turning the keyboard over to my colleague Chris Wheeler. He’s the Technical Program Manager for the Amazon Simple Email Service… A few weeks have passed and the dust has settled a bit. If you havent heard, Amazon Simple Email Service launched as a new highly scalable and cost-effective marketing and […]

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Introducing the Amazon Simple Email Service

Like most technical endeavors, sending email is a lot harder than it looks! The simple solutions that are entirely adequate when you have to send a couple of dozen daily emails simply don’t work when you need to send out hundreds, thousands, or even millions of emails over the same time period. To pick just […]

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