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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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All about SES daily quota

by Samuel Minter | on | in How-To* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Every SES account has a quota limiting the number of messages that can be sent daily. Here are some of the most common questions we hear about this quota: Why do you have a daily quota? Quite simply, the daily quota is a mechanism to limit the potential damage if an account starts sending spam. […]

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What Happens When You Reach Your Sending Limits?

by Wendy Giberson | on | Permalink | Comments |  Share

As you probably know, Amazon SES has a set of sending limits to control how many emails you can send per 24 hours (your daily sending quota) and how many emails you can send per second (your maximum send rate). Although these limits might seem, well, limiting, we have them in place to protect you. […]

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Managing Your Amazon SES Quota

by Samuel Minter | on | in How-To* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

  When sending with SES, each sender has a daily quota.  There are a few tricks to managing this quota. First of all, simply be aware of your quota.  You should never be surprised by hitting a quota limit.  You should know what your quota is, and work within that limit.  Your quota is easily […]

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