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SPF and Amazon SES

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Update (3/14/16): To increase your SPF authentication options, Amazon SES now enables you to use your own MAIL FROM domain. For more information, see Authenticating Email with SPF in Amazon SES. One of the most important aspects of email communication today is making sure the right person sent you the right message. There are several […]

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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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What is DMARC and should you use it?

This past year, the email industry launched a new standard to help senders protect their mail from being spoofed by phishing attempts.  Thus, DMARC was born.  It stands for “Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance.”  It’s a mouthful, but the impact of DMARC is significant.  LinkedIn has a good article describing what exactly DMARC brings […]

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Easy DKIM is here! But why should I care?

Yes, folks, it’s true! Easy DKIM is live. Amazon Simple Email Service has always supported DKIM signing, but before today, you had to sign the messages yourself. This could be challenging depending on what email sending client you’re using and your ability to customize which headers are included in the signature disposition. You may be […]

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