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Bounces To Domains You Have Verified

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Hello SES senders!  We have talked a number of times about how high bounce rates indicate a need to improve sending practices.  A high bounce rate can be a sign that someone is sending mail to lists that they have bought or rented, or that they aren’t maintaining their own lists, or a number of other problems.  As such, SES takes high […]

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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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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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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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