Verifying an email address - Amazon Simple Email Service

This guide reflects the Classic Console (V1) for Amazon SES. For information about the New Console (V2) for Amazon SES, see the new Amazon Simple Email Service Developer Guide.

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Verifying an email address

You can verify email addresses by using the Amazon SES console, the VerifyEmailIdentity Amazon SES API v1 operation, or the CreateEmailIdentity Amazon SES API v2 operation. For enhanced capabilities, we suggest using Amazon SES API v2.

Verifying an email address using the Amazon SES console

Complete the procedure in this section to verify an email address using the Amazon SES console.

To verify an email address using the Amazon SES console

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Amazon SES console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/ses/.

  2. In the console, use the region selector to choose the AWS Region where want to verify the email address, as shown in the following image.

    注記

    To verify an email address for use in more than one region, repeat the procedure in this section for each region.

  3. In the navigation pane, under Identity Management, choose Email Addresses.

  4. Choose Verify a New Email Address.

  5. In the Verify a New Email Address dialog box, type your email address in the Email Address field, and then choose Verify This Email Address.

  6. Check the inbox for the email address that you're verifying. You'll receive a message with the following subject line: "Amazon Web Services - Email Address Verification Request in region RegionName," where RegionName is the name of the AWS Region you selected in step 2.

    Click the link in the message.

    注記

    The link in the verification message expires 24 hours after the message was sent. If 24 hours have passed since you received the verification email, repeat steps 1–5 to receive a verification email with a valid link.

  7. In the Amazon SES console, under Identity Management, choose Email Addresses. In the list of email addresses, locate the email address you're verifying. If the email address was verified, the value in the Status column is "verified".

Verify an email address using the Amazon SES API

You can use the VerifyEmailIdentity Amazon SES API v1 operation or the CreateEmailIdentity Amazon SES API v2 operation to create a new email identity. An easy way to call this operation for individual identities is to use the AWS CLI.

To set a default configuration set while verifying an email identity, see Managing Amazon SES default configuration sets.

注記

Before you complete the procedure in this section, you have to install and configure the AWS CLI. For more information, see the AWS Command Line Interface User Guide.

To verify an email address by using the AWS CLI

  1. At the command line, enter the following command to use the VerifyEmailIdentity Amazon SES API v1 operation:

    aws ses verify-email-identity --email-address sender@example.com

    In the preceding command, replace sender@example.com with the email address that you want to verify.

    At the command line, enter the following command to use the CreateEmailIdentity Amazon SES API v2 operation:

    aws sesv2 create-email-identity --email-identity sender@example.com

    In the preceding command, replace sender@example.com with the email address that you want to verify.

    If the command executes successfully, it exits without providing any output.

  2. Check the inbox for the email address that you're verifying. You'll receive a message with the following subject line: "Amazon Web Services - Email Address Verification Request in region RegionName," where RegionName is the name of the AWS Region that you attempted to verify the email address in.

    Open the message, and then click the link in it.

    注記

    The link in the verification message expires 24 hours after the message was sent. If 24 hours have passed since you received the verification email, repeat steps 1–5 to receive a verification email with a valid link.

  3. In the Amazon SES console, under Identity Management, choose Email Addresses. In the list of email addresses, locate the email address you're verifying. If the email address was verified, the value in the Status column is "verified".

For a script that can be used to verify several email identities in a single operation, see Verify multiple email addresses.

Troubleshoot email address verification

If you attempted to verify an email address, but didn't receive a verification email from AWS, try the following troubleshooting steps:

  • Check the Junk Mail folder in your email client.

  • Ensure that your email client isn't applying rules that automatically move certain messages to a folder other than your inbox.

  • In your email client, add no-reply-aws@amazon.com to your address book or Safe Senders list. You can also ask your system administrator to whitelist incoming email from no-reply-aws@amazon.com.

  • With an email address that uses a different email service provider (such as a personal email address), send a message to the address you want to verify. Ensure that the address you want to verify receives the message. This step is especially important if you recently set up your own domain. Occasionally, new domains might not be correctly configured to receive incoming email.

    Alternatively, try to verify an email address that you know is able to receive email, such as a personal email address. If you receive the verification email at your personal address, it might indicate that there is an issue on the other domain.

    If these tests show email isn't being received at the address you attempted to verify, consult your system administrator or email service provider for further assistance.