AWS Messaging & Targeting Blog

Amazon SES Now Includes Original Message Headers in Notifications

The Amazon SES team is pleased to announce the addition of original email headers to the bounce, complaint, and delivery notifications SES provides through Amazon SNS. We strive to make your email-sending process easier, and today we’re taking another step in that direction. Increasing your visibility into the feedback you receive from SES has always […]

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Amazon SES Now Supports Custom MAIL FROM Domains

The Amazon SES team is pleased to announce that, to increase your email authentication options, you can now use your own MAIL FROM domain when you send emails with SES. First, a quick refresher on the different “source” addresses associated with an email: an email has a “From” address and a MAIL FROM address. The […]

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Welcome, Mandrill Customers!

After the recent announcement of changes with Mandrill, we have received many questions from Mandrill customers who are looking at options for email service providers. Moving to a new platform can be daunting. If you want to understand what SES is and what it can do for you, check out our product detail page and […]

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Receiving Email with Amazon SES

The Amazon SES team is pleased to announce that you can now use SES to receive email! For the past four years, SES has strived to make your life easier by maintaining a fleet of SMTP servers ready to send mail when you want it. There’s no need to worry about scaling, ensuring message delivery, […]

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Announcing Sending Authorization!

The Amazon SES team is excited to announce the release of sending authorization! This feature allows users to grant permission to use their email addresses or domains to other accounts or IAM users. Note that for simplicity, we’ll be referring to email addresses and domains collectively as “identities” and the accounts and IAM users receiving […]

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SES Limit Increase Form Consolidation

Hi SES Senders, We on the SES team strive to make things easier for our customers. As such, we’ve recently streamlined SES’s limit increase request process. Instead of having separate Support Center forms for Production Access and Sending Limit increases, we now have one form that serves both purposes. Our motivation behind the change was […]

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SES and Haskell

Introduction Amazon SES and most of the other AWS services have SDKs for languages like Java, .NET, PHP, Python, and Ruby. Most SDKs are just wrappers around the HTTP APIs that the services provide. If your favorite language isn’t supported by an AWS SDK, you can write your own client or use third-party APIs to […]

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SPF and Amazon SES

Update (3/14/16): To increase your SPF authentication options, Amazon SES now enables you to use your own MAIL FROM domain. For more information, see Authenticating Email with SPF in Amazon SES. One of the most important aspects of email communication today is making sure the right person sent you the right message. There are several […]

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