AWS Messaging & Targeting Blog

Dynamically personalize your in-product user experience using Amazon Pinpoint in-app messaging

Many businesses today struggle to align out-of-product messaging through channels such as email and SMS, with in-product messaging shown when a users is within a mobile or web application. Customers will present one message to a user through a targeted email, but once a user visits the application they are presented with different messaging. This […]

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Deliverability Sessions: Managing Large Volume Spikes in Email

Introduction: In an ideal world of email deliverability, email is sent on a regular cadence to a normalized lists of subscribers and recipient email addresses with no major changes in pattern. Typically the volume, list members and content are relatively the same and mailbox providers (such as Gmail) begin to expect that schedule and those […]

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How to set up Amazon Quicksight dashboard for Amazon Pinpoint and Amazon SES engagement events

In this post, we will walk through using Amazon Pinpoint and Amazon Quicksight to create customizable messaging campaign reports. Amazon Pinpoint is a flexible and scalable outbound and inbound marketing communications service that allows customers to connect with users over channels like email, SMS, push, or voice. Amazon QuickSight is a scalable, serverless, embeddable, machine […]

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Creating a costs analytics view to email campaign generated by Amazon Pinpoint

Introduction Many companies have multiple departments using different campaigns in the same AWS account on Amazon Pinpoint and need to split costs at the end of each month between the owners of each campaign. To do this, companies need an easy way to find how much each campaign has generated of cost, since the Amazon […]

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Replace traditional email mailbox polling with real-time reads using Amazon SES and Lambda

Integrating emails into an automated workflow for automated processing can be challenging. Traditionally, applications have had to use the POP protocol to connect to mail servers and poll for emails to arrive in a mailbox and then process the messages inline and perform actions on the message. This can be an inefficient mechanism and prone […]

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How to use domain with Amazon SES in multiple accounts or regions

Sometimes customers want to use their email domain with Amazon Simples Email Service (Amazon SES) across multiple accounts, or the same account but across multiple regions. For example, AnyCompany is an insurance company with marketing and operations business units. The operations department sends transactional emails every time customers perform insurance simulations. The marketing department sends […]

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Amazon Pinpoint achieves HITRUST certification

Securing the storage and flow of data is increasingly critical to the healthcare industry. More stringent security and compliance needs, along with mandates like HIPAA, help the industry mitigate risk but navigating multiple frameworks makes the process complex. The Health Information Trust Alliance Common Security Framework (HITRUST CSF) reduces complexity for organizations by providing a […]

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Amazon SES configuration for an external SMTP provider with Auth0

Many organizations are using an external identity provider to manage user identities. With an identity provider (IdP), customers can manage their user identities outside of AWS and give these external user identities permissions to use AWS resources in customer AWS accounts. The most common requirement when setting up an external identity provider is sending outgoing […]

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Apple Mail’s iOS15 Privacy Protection Impact to Senders

On June 7th at Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC 2021) Apple announced that Apple Mail users can now choose to use Apple Mail Privacy Protection. Apple Mail Privacy Protection will allow iOS to privately load remote message content which will hide recipient’s mail activity information like IP and user agent information, including geolocation and device(s) […]

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