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Sherin Shahanas

Sherin Shahanas


Postfix Email Server integration with SES

Posted on July 7, 2016 by Sherin Shahanas | Comments(1)

Have you ever gone thought of setting up a web or application server with your own mail server? Have you ever tried to do so and stuck at some point? Well, when you host a website or your application it is likely to have your own mail server to handle incoming and outgoing mail to your domain. Before I get into my topic, I assume that you have got basic knowledge on AWS. For any kind of cloud training please visit www.cloudthat.com. Here, I’m going to explain you how to setup a simple postfix email server with AWS SES to handle all your email needs of the application. AWS SES (Simple Email service) is a cost effective email service built on AWS cloud. You will be launching an Amazon EC2 machine to setup your email server. Let me put it in this way. We have got two phases in this implementation. Configure SES with your Domain Integrate postfix with SES on an EC2 machine Configure SES with your Domain Domain name is essentially the name given to your website, which helps the visitors to remember the site. For example, we have got a domain cloudthat.com and we have the websites like

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