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You can run the ses-get-stats.pl script with
-q switch to check your sending quota and maximum send rate.
ses-get-stats.pl [--help] [-e URL] [-k FILE] [--verbose] -s | -q
Displays your sending quota and maximum send rate.
|Displays a usage summary for this script.||No|
|Uses the specified Amazon SES endpoint. The default is https://email.us-east-1.amazonaws.com.||No|
|Specifies a file containing your AWS credentials. For more information, see Using Your AWS Credentials .||Yes|
|Displays detailed information about the endpoint response.||No|
|Displays sending quota and maximum send rate.||Yes|
The ses-get-stats.pl script displays the number of emails you have sent during the past 24 hours, your sending quota for the current 24-hour period, and your maximum send rate.
Here is an example of how to use ses-get-stats.pl to display
sending activity information. The
$ character represents the operating system
command line prompt.
$ses-get-stats.pl -k aws-credentials -q
The output from the script looks similar to this:
SentLast24Hours Max24HourSend MaxSendRate 4542 50000 65