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Does Amazon SES work on this host?

  • Posted October 12, 2013

Hi, Can we use Amazon SES as an email sending provider through this hosting?

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I have found a solution that fixed this problem. Here it is: http://www.oneminuteinfo.com/2015/05/postfix-host-or-domain-name-not-found.html


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I have found a solution that fixed this problem. Here it is: http://www.oneminuteinfo.com/2015/05/postfix-host-or-domain-name-not-found.html

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Yes Absolutely,

Rather than building complete SMTP server, we have used Digital Ocean superfast SSD server and Amazon SES to send a Million mails few week back at cost of $100 only!

I have made this complete guide on how to here: http://www.tech-tweak.com/

Let me know if you want to have same configuration. I would be happy to help you out.

Where do I get things like port number, server name that I need to connect to Amazon SES? <br>>> from Amazon <br>By the way, what is the email sending limitations on Digitalocean hosting? <br>>> That’s pretty clear in the Digital Ocean TOS/EULA: no spam, don’t do anything that results in blacklisting. <br>

We use SES from our Droplets, no problem. If you just need to send emails, SES offers SMTP connection which makes integration super easy.

<b>“Where do I get things like port number, server name…”</b> <br> <br>You set these yourself. <br> <br><b>“By the way, what is the email sending limitations on Digitalocean hosting?”</b> <br> <br>You cannot send SPAM.

Sorry for this dummy question because I am new on such matters. How should I make it work? Where do I get things like port number, server name that I need to connect to Amazon SES? <br>By the way, what is the email sending limitations on Digitalocean hosting? <br> <br>Thanks.