Amazon SES resources - Amazon Simple Email Service Classic

This is the user guide for Amazon SES Classic. Updates and new features are only being documented in the new Amazon SES Developer Guide which we recommend to use.

Amazon SES resources

The following table lists resources that you might find useful as you work with Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES).

Resource Description

Amazon Simple Email Service API Reference

The Amazon SES API Reference. Contains complete descriptions of the API actions, parameters, and data types, and a list of errors that the service returns.

Amazon SES Pricing

Pricing information for Amazon SES.

SES Sending Limits Increase case

The Support Center form to request an increase to your sending quotas and move out of the sandbox.

Amazon SES Forum

A forum where Amazon SES users can post questions and discuss various Amazon SES topics.

AWS Messaging and Targeting Blog

The blog that contains blog posts and announcements by the Amazon SES team.

AWS Developer Tools

Links to developer tools and resources that provide documentation, code samples, release notes, and other information to help you build innovative applications with AWS.

AWS Support Center

The hub for creating and managing your AWS Support cases. Also includes links to other helpful resources, such as forums, technical FAQs, service health status, and AWS Trusted Advisor.

Contact Us

A central contact point for inquiries concerning AWS billing, account, events, abuse, and other issues.

AWS Glossary

The AWS Glossary. Contains definitions of common terms used in Amazon SES and other AWS services.

Conditions of Use

AWS Acceptable Use Policy. Describes email abuse and other prohibited uses of the web services offered by Amazon Web Services, Inc.

An email address for reporting malicious or unsolicited (spam) email sent from Amazon SES.

When you contact this address, please provide the following information:

  • The full headers of the email message. For more information about retrieving email headers, see

  • The type of abuse you are experiencing. For example, unsolicited emails that do not provide a method of opting out.

For information and discussions about a variety of topics related to Amazon SES, see the AWS Messaging and Targeting Blog. To browse and post questions, go to the Amazon SES Forum.