amazon ses

  1. BMajumdar

    XF 2.1 Configuring Amazon SES with XF 2.1

    Hi Everyone :) In the XenForo's email option settings here's my setups: Default email address: (this email also verified in Amazon SES) Contact email address: (my gmail ID) Email transport method: SMTP: Port: 587...
  2. Laetos

    XF 1.5 [Solved]SES SNS and gmail bounced mail

    "Default Email Address" via AWS SES up and running, test mails or registrations are working "Contact Email Address" is working "Email Transport Method" which is AWS SES worked then few hours later made connection problems till i changed the port to 587 "Bounced Email Address" ate up the mails in...
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  4. Sachin Tiwari

    Integrate Pepipost with XENFORO Community and start sending emails

  5. Mr Lucky

    BT rejecting xenforo notifications via Amazon SES

    Since yesterday evening all notifications from my forum sent via Amazon to btinternet are being bounced. I have been sending via Amazon for quite a few weeks with no issues until this. Diagnostic-Code: smtp; 554 Message rejected for policy reasons ( Other notifications seem to be OK...
  6. Mouth

    No email bounce log action from Amazon SES spam complaints

    When a user marks email received from your site as 'spam' in their mail application, the majority of mail applications will then send a spam/abuse notification back to the sending server complaints process. For Amazon SES, they then send/forward an email to you of the spam/abuse complaint...
  7. MattW

    XF 1.5 2FA Emails rejected by Amazon SES

    So, I send all mail from the forum via Amazon SES, which requires you to verify each sending address being used. I've had a member try and activate 2FA (from what I can tell looking at the error logs), and the 2FA email is being sent from his own address - (changed address and...
  8. nrep

    Intergration with off-site e-mail services (Mandrill, Amazon SES, etc...)

    For larger forums, sending e-mail via Mandrill, Amazon SES and other e-mail services can be very useful. It offloads work from the server and provides a more reliable method of mail delivery (as it is sent from managed, trusted IPs). These services also provide excellent bounce handling, which...