Kindly follow the steps below to learn how to set up Amazon SES And Verify Identities
Step1: Set up Amazon SES
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Step 2: Create and Verifying identities in Amazon SES
In Amazon SES, you can create an identity at the domain level or you can create email address identities. These identity types aren’t mutually exclusive. In most cases, creating a domain identity eliminates the need for individual email address identities, unless you want to apply custom configurations to a specific email address.
Creating and verifying an email address identity is the fastest way to get started in Amazon SES, but there are benefits to verifying identity at the domain level. When you verify an email address identity, you’re only able to send from that email address. When you verify a domain identity, you can send email from any subdomain or email address of the verified domain without having to verify each one individually. For example, if you create and verify an identity for example.com, you don’t need to create separate identities for a.example.com, a.b.example.com, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, and so on.
To send email from the same domain or email address in more than one AWS Region, you must create and verify a separate identity for each Region. You can verify as many as 10,000 identities in each Region.
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