Amazon SES Blog

Category: Announcements

Announcing Delivery Notifications!

The Amazon SES team is excited to announce the release of delivery notifications. This feature allows you to receive an SNS notification each time SES successfully delivers one of your emails to a recipient’s mail server. The notifications contain delivery information that provides increased transparency into the status of email sent with SES. What are […]

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Amazon SES Expands to US West!

Amazon Simple Email Service users, we are happy to announce the immediate availability of SES in the US West (Oregon) AWS region. This is the third region that SES is present in after US East (N. Virginia) and recently released EU (Ireland), and we’re excited about the improvement this launch will bring to your email-sending […]

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Announcing Amazon SES Endpoint in Europe!

The Amazon Simple Email Service team is very excited to announce that SES has expanded into the EU (Ireland) AWS Region. SES has always been a global service, but until today, it was hosted only in the US East (N. Virginia) Region. SES’s expansion into Europe represents the first step in a series of planned […]

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New Flexibility with Email Headers and Attachment Types

Amazon SES Senders: we’ve pushed important changes to improve your sending experience, thanks to your valuable feedback. Based on this feedback we know that one constraint that often created friction was the way SES approached validation on email headers and attachment types (file extensions). Why do I describe the SES constraints on email headers and […]

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Amazon SES Console Redesign

AWS has been gradually rolling out an improved user interface for the AWS Management Console of different services, and today is SES’s turn! The goal of the console redesign is to enable you to access the same underlying SES functionality more easily, especially on tablet devices. Whether you access the SES console using a desktop […]

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Goodbye blacklist. Introducing the suppression list!

We’ve heard your feedback: handling "Address Blacklisted" errors is a major hassle. We have been working to make that experience more intuitive, and are happy to announce that today we launched the blacklist’s replacement, the Amazon SES suppression list. Like the blacklist, the suppression list is a list of recipient addresses that Amazon SES blocks […]

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Announcing Self-Service Blacklisted Address Removal

UPDATE ON 5/4/16: This article is deprecated. Please see this article instead: Goodbye blacklist. Introducing the suppression list! We’ve listened to your feedback and are happy to let you know that starting today, you can remove email addresses from the blacklist from within the Amazon SES Console. A blacklisted address is one that Amazon SES will […]

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Amazon SES Documentation Enhancements

I just wanted to bring your attention to some changes we’ve made to the Amazon SES documentation recently. We have listened to your feedback and are always working to make our documentation more helpful and easier to navigate. The most notable updates we have made are: We incorporated the Getting Started Guide with the Developer […]

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Come visit us at re:Invent!

UPDATE: If you weren’t able to make the session in person, you can watch the recorded presentation online at: http://youtu.be/f3xncKCdI_0. Thanks to everyone who shared the hour with us presenting live, came by our booth or had one on one meetings with the Amazon SES team! Next week, Amazon Web Services will host AWS re:Invent […]

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Introducing the Amazon SES Mailbox Simulator

We are happy to announce that Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES) launched the Mailbox Simulator today. In this post we talk about the motivation behind the Mailbox Simulator, how it can help you, and when you might want to use it. What is the Mailbox Simulator? The Amazon SES Mailbox Simulator is a set […]

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