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Tag: SES

Opt-in to the new Amazon SES console experience

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is pleased to announce the launch of the newly redesigned Amazon Simple Email Service (SES) console. With its streamlined look and feel, the new console makes it even easier for customers to leverage the speed, reliability, and flexibility that Amazon SES has to offer. Customers can access the new console experience […]

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The value of using an Email Service Provider (ESP) for end customer communications

In the world of pervasive consumer chat and messaging applications, email has retained its place as a ubiquitous channel for end customer communications. The Radicati Group reports that email usage will continue to grow from an estimate of 3.9 billion users in 2019 to 4.4 billion in 2023.1 Email is a welcome (and preferred) conduit for […]

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Troubleshooting event publishing issues in Amazon SES

Over the past year, we’ve released several features that make it easier to track the metrics that are associated with your Amazon SES account. The first of these features, launched in November of last year, was event publishing. Initially, event publishing let you capture basic metrics related to your email sending and publish them to […]

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Credentials and SES

Update (28 Jan 2019): We removed a reference to converting a set of existing credentials to SMTP credentials. We recommend that you use the procedures for obtaining SMTP credentials by using the Amazon SES console. Hi SES senders, In this blog post I’ll explain which security credentials you need to use depending on how you […]

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What if you get an SES probation notice for bounces?

So you’re sending lots of email; everything is looking great.  At least, until you get a probation notice in your inbox.  How could this be?  Why did it happen?  What are your next steps? First of all, take a deep breath.  There is generally a grace period for addressing issues you might be having with […]

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