Changes This release enables customers to manage their own contact lists and end-user subscription preferences.
Changes This release includes new APIs to allow customers to add or remove email addresses from their account-level suppression list in bulk.
Changes This release makes more API operations available to customers in version 2 of the Amazon SES API. With these additions, customers can now access sending authorization, custom verification email, and template API operations. With this release, Amazon SES is also providing new and updated APIs to allow customers to request production access.
Changes You can now configure Amazon SES to send event notifications when the delivery of an email is delayed because of a temporary issue. For example, you can receive a notification if the recipient's inbox is full, or if there's a temporary problem with the receiving email server.
Changes Added the ability to use your own public-private key pair to configure DKIM authentication for a domain identity.
Changes This release includes support for automatically suppressing email addresses that result in hard bounce or complaint events at the account level, and for managing addresses on this account-level suppression list.
Changes This is the first release of version 2 of the Amazon SES API. You can use this API to configure your Amazon SES account, and to send email. This API extends the functionality that exists in the previous version of the Amazon SES API.
Changes This release of the Amazon Pinpoint Email API introduces support for using and managing message templates.
Changes You can now specify whether the Amazon Simple Email Service must deliver email over a connection that is encrypted using Transport Layer Security (TLS).
Changes You can now specify whether the Amazon Pinpoint Email service must deliver email over a connection that is encrypted using Transport Layer Security (TLS).
Changes This release adds support for programmatic access to Deliverability dashboard subscriptions and the deliverability data provided by the Deliverability dashboard for domains and IP addresses. The data includes placement metrics for campaigns that use subscribed domains to send email.
Changes This release adds support for using the Amazon Pinpoint Email API to tag the following types of Amazon Pinpoint resources: configuration sets; dedicated IP pools; deliverability dashboard reports; and, email identities. A tag is a label that you optionally define and associate with these types of resources. Tags can help you categorize and manage these resources in different ways, such as by purpose, owner, environment, or other criteria. A resource can have as many as 50 tags. For more information, see the Amazon Pinpoint Email API Reference.
Changes This release adds new operations for the Amazon Pinpoint Deliverability Dashboard. You can use the Deliverability Dashboard to view response and inbox placement metrics for the domains that you use to send email. You can also perform tests on individual email messages to determine how often your messages are delivered to the inbox on several major email providers.
Changes This is the first release of the Amazon Pinpoint Email API. You can use this API to configure and send transactional email from your Amazon Pinpoint account to specific email addresses. Unlike campaign-based email that you send from Amazon Pinpoint, you don't have to create segments and campaigns in order to send transactional email.
Changes Customers can customize the emails that Amazon SES sends when verifying new identities. This feature is helpful for developers whose applications send email through Amazon SES on behalf of their customers.
Changes SES launches Configuration Set Reputation Metrics and Email Pausing Today, two features that build upon the capabilities of the reputation dashboard. The first is the ability to export reputation metrics for individual configuration sets. The second is the ability to temporarily pause email sending, either at the configuration set level, or across your entire Amazon SES account.
Changes Added content related to email template management and templated email sending operations.
Changes Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES) now lets you customize the domains used for tracking open and click events. Previously, open and click tracking links referred to destinations hosted on domains operated by Amazon SES. With this feature, you can use your own branded domains for capturing open and click events.
Changes This update adds information about publishing email open and click events. This update also adds information about publishing email events to Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS).
Changes Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES) now enables you to track your bounce, complaint, delivery, sent, and rejected email metrics with fine-grained granularity.