, How to Send BULK Emails Using Amazon SES + Amazon pinpoint

How to Send BULK Emails Using Amazon SES + Amazon pinpoint

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I would like to share to you guys how  you can use Amazon Pinpoint to send bulk emails or email campaigns. You’re going to need an Amazon AWS account for this, since both SES and Pinpoint are there.

Okay, let’s get right to it.

Step 1: Open up Amazon Pinpoint

Find your way to the AWS Management Console and from there click on Customer engagement > Pinpoint. While SES is, in general, meant to help you send individual messages rather than bulk campaigns (you can also add domains and verify them), Pinpoint can assist you in sending the latter. 

, How to Send BULK Emails Using Amazon SES + Amazon pinpoint

In the Get Started box, type in your project name (it can by anything from “sample” to “test”) and then click on Create a project.

With this project in place, we can now send emails, SMS and voice messages, as well as Push notifications. Since we want to send bulk emails from multiple email IDs, we’re going to click on Configure right below the box that says Email.

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