Monitoring Using the Amazon SES Console or API
You can monitor your bounce, complaint, sent, and rejected email statistics by using the Amazon SES console or the Amazon SES API. You can use the API by calling the Query (HTTPS) interface directly or indirectly through an AWS SDK, the AWS Command Line Interface, or the AWS Tools for Windows PowerShell.
Monitoring Your Usage Statistics Using the Amazon SES Console
The following procedure shows you how to view your usage statistics using the Amazon SES console.
Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Amazon SES console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/ses/.
In the Navigation pane, click Sending Statistics. Your usage statistics are shown under Your Amazon SES Metrics.
The Deliveries graph corresponds to the number of emails you have sent.
To view trend data for any metric, double-click the corresponding graph.
To update the display, click the Refresh button.
Monitoring Your Usage Statistics Using the Amazon SES API
The Amazon SES API provides the
which returns information about your service usage. We recommend that you use
GetSendStatistics on a regular basis, so that you can monitor
your sending activity and make adjustments as needed.
When you call
GetSendStatistics, you will receive a list of data
points representing the last two weeks of your sending activity. Each data point in this
list represents 15 minutes of activity and contains the following information for that
Bounces (hard bounces only)
Delivery attempts (corresponds to the number of emails you have sent)
Rejected send attempts
For a complete description of
GetSendStatistics, go to the
Amazon Simple Email Service API Reference.