Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES) is the kind of service that Amazon Web Services (AWS) does so well. It automates the manual task of adding email to apps so developers can focus on doing what they do best.
Today, AWS added a new way to simulate in Amazon SES what it is like to send emails fron an app so developers can test more easily and not have it count toward the bill.
With Amazon SES, developers can send individual, bulk or transactional emails. For example, a customer might get an auto email reply to a customer service request that comes from Amazon SES. For bulk mail, Amazon SES gives developers a way to deliver an email newsletter. Amazon SES also has applications with transactions such as an email receipt.
To test the emails in Amazon SES, developers have had to set up the process manually. They would test…
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