Why Use and Connect Multiple SES Accounts in BigMailer
SES is generally structured around the idea that each AWS account is independent in its sending and can be treated as a separate entity, but there are a variety of situations in which one actual underlying entity may need or want to send from multiple AWS accounts.
Sending from multiple AWS accounts may be a good way to use SES in various situations, for example:
- You are an agency and manage multiple clients with their own AWS/SES accounts with their own send limits.
- You want to separate email communication types between multiple identities (e.g. products or locations) and keep billing or usage stats separate
- You want to use a combination of dedicated IPs and shared IPs. You could request dedicated IPs for 1 zone, to use for say e-commerce business communications, while using a shared IP pool on another connection used by a high volume blog or media property.
How to Connect Multiple SES Accounts in BigMailer
How to Assign a SES Account to a Brand
What are the SES regions available?
- US East (Ohio) – added Jul 2020
- US East (N. Virginia)
- US West (Oregon)
- Asia Pacific (Mumbai)
- Asia Pacific (Seoul) – added Jul 2020
- Asia Pacific (Singapore) – added Jul 2020
- Asia Pacific (Sydney)
- Asia Pacific (Tokyo) – added Jul 2020
- Canada (Central)
- Europe (Frankfurt)
- Europe (Ireland)
- Europe (London)
- South America (São Paulo)
- AWS GovCloud (US)