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You can send a formatted email by using the AWS Management Console or by calling the Amazon SES API through an application directly, or indirectly through an AWS SDK, the AWS Command Line Interface, or the AWS Tools for Windows PowerShell.
The Amazon SES API provides the
SendEmail action, which
lets you compose and send a formatted email.
SendEmail requires a From: address, To: address,
message subject, and message body—text, HTML, or both. For a complete description of
SendEmail, go to the
Amazon Simple Email Service API Reference.
When you use
SendEmail, the email address string must be 7-bit ASCII. If you want it to contain any other characters, then you
must use MIME encoded-word syntax (RFC 2047) instead of a literal string. To use MIME-encoded word syntax, you need to use
SendRawEmail as described in
Using MIME. MIME encoded-word
syntax uses the following form: =?charset?encoding?encoded-text?=. For more information,
see RFC 2047.
For an example of how to compose a formatted message using the AWS SDK for Java or the AWS SDK for .NET, see Sending an Email Through Amazon SES Using AWS SDK for Java or Sending an Email Through Amazon SES Using AWS SDK for .NET, respectively.
For tips on how to increase your email sending speed when you make multiple calls to
Increasing Throughput with Amazon SES.