Overall Satisfaction with Amazon Simple Email Service
We were looking for a tool to send bulk promotional and transactional emails without putting them in spam, then we looked over Amazon Simple Email Service (SES). It offers various features which are not simple, as its name sounds. We can use their well-developed SDK to send emails via our server and our domain.
- It has fair pricing, we do not have to loose our pockets just to send emails.
- We can customize the emails according to our choice and set the default responses to senders.
- It offers good reputed IPs, so generally our emails don't directly jump to the spam folder.
- It would be great if they could help us to track the deliveries of the emails sent via SES.
- For beginners, setting up Amazon Simple Email Service for the first time might be a little difficult task.
- Might not that be good for a non-tech savvy person.
- It offers a custom domain with custom email options.
- Any external email or email service provider is not required to send emails with Amazon Simple Email Service.
- As it is associated with AWS, we do not have to create a separate login, and using its services becomes so easy.
- It helped to send transactional emails in a much better way.
- It's fair pricing is helpful in maintaining budgets.
- Large community support and well documentation make the setup easy.
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Amazon Simple Email Service comes with the bundle of Amazon Web Services (AWS) and it also offers a limited number of emails per month for free. One who has a technical background and wants to send custom emails with custom domains in a professional way can go with Amazon Simple Email Service. If you have no technical background or tech team, it might not be useful for you.