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Yahoo changed. Should you?

by Nick Hristov | on | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Change is inevitable – except from a vending machine. Or so says Robert C. Gallagher. I personally strongly agree with him, especially regarding the email industry. Lately we’ve been hearing about changes mailbox providers are making that challenge us to rethink the way we send email. Here is the latest one: Yahoo.com changed their Domain-based […]

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Can I use multiple AWS Accounts with SES?

07/03/17 Update: You can now verify as many as 10,000 identities per AWS account. See this forum announcement for details. Short answer: Yes, but with restrictions. Long answer: SES is generally structured around the idea that each AWS account is independent in its sending and can be treated as a separate entity.  We realize however […]

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What do I do if my registration emails themselves have high bounce rates?

We occasionally hear from customers we have pinged about high bounce rates that they are already doing everything they can… Specifically, they remove addresses that bounce and make sure they never send to them again, and when someone registers for their website or service, they send an initial confirmation mail that the user needs to […]

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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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What do you do when an ISP starts recycling email addresses?

by westerma | on | Permalink | Comments |  Share

ISPs are at the heart of the email industry. They manage the inboxes, host the space for email storage, and are ultimately responsible for putting a message in front of the recipient. Especially at major ISPs, there are a tremendous amount of login names (and email addresses) in use. It’s gotten to the point where […]

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How to check your domain verification settings

by Valentin Munteanu | on | in How-To* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

So you performed the domain verification steps listed in the Developer Guide but the domain status in the SES Console still says Pending? To validate that the domain verification steps were executed properly, you have to check that the validation token was published to DNS under the correct record. Let’s say that you’re validating the […]

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Amazon SES IP addresses

by Adrian Hamciuc | on | in How-To* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

One of the questions we get from time to time here at Amazon SES is “What IP address is my email going out through?” In this blog post we will see how to find the outgoing IP addresses that SES is using by querying the Amazon SES SPF records in DNS. What is an outgoing […]

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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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