Amazon Simple Email Service (SES) is one of the first AWS services I started using. It allows you to send automated emails without maintaining your email servers. It is scalable, easy to use with AWS SDKs and cost-effective.
However, you need to do more than verifying your domain on Amazon SES for your emails not to end in your users’ spam folder. In this blog post, I will discuss how you can increase the deliverability of your emails by setting DKIM and SPF authentications on Amazon SES. Read more at Increasing Email Deliverability When Using Amazon SES post.