You can use configuration sets to define settings for the emails you send using Amazon SES. You can create an unlimited number of configuration sets, but each email can use only one configuration set. 

When you send email using Amazon SES, you can track events, including sends, deliveries, opens, clicks, bounces, complaints, and rejections. You can then deliver information about these events to different destinations for additional processing. For example, you can chart response data for your messages using Amazon CloudWatch, or you can receive notifications through Amazon SNS when certain events occur.

If you lease several dedicated IP addresses for use with Amazon SES, you can organize these addresses into groups, called dedicated IP pools. You can then associate each pool with a configuration set; when you send emails using that configuration set, those emails will only be sent from the IP addresses in the associated pool. 

It's easy to get started with Amazon SES. Follow the Getting Started Guide and start sending email in minutes.

Amazon Web Services users who call Amazon SES from an application hosted in an Amazon EC2 instance can send up to 62,000 emails per month at no additional charge. To learn more, see Pricing.

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