Amazon SES Accounts (Simple Email Service) is an excellent choice for integrating high-volume or important email delivery into an existing application, service, or custom established workflow in your organization. If you have a true development group looking for a seamless way of handling email delivery, this is the right product for you.
It’s easiest to set up if you’re already using other AWS services such as Route53 for DNS but can function as a standalone service. However, if you’re expecting a product that was designed to do all of its intended functions from a user interface, that’s not what Amazon Simple Email Service was intended to be.
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What do you like best?
I use it in association with another program that allows me to send hundreds of emails through my Gmail account. It makes it simple, straightforward, reliable, and also very easy to send these emails daily. I don’t have to worry about distribution or rejection either, which I can’t say for many other comparable solutions. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
What do you dislike?
It can be a little challenging to figure out how to use the backend for those who don’t understand technology. So I assume it’s something they can try to increase a little bit. However, other than that, I would say it is quite remarkable.
Use Cases and Deployment Scope
- A high percentage of deliverability.
- Cost savings.
- They could have a list of bounced emails so it’s easy for the sender to delete those emails from databases.