AWS SES Keep Email or Sent Mail Data ?

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Hi,
I couldn't find this answer anywhere in SES FAQ or anywhere in the net but have 2 questions :

  1. Does SES keep a copy of my sent recipient's email addresses ?
  2. Does SES keep a copy of the sent mail in the server ?

I assume SES is just a passthru service and does not keep any information in its server right?

Thanks

skc242
gefragt vor 7 Jahren2006 Aufrufe
2 Antworten
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Hi skc242,

You can configure SES so that all sorts of data about your emails is captured and saved to a location you specify. Our documentation has a section called "Monitoring Using Amazon SES Event Publishing," which documents the process of setting up, managing, and retrieving SES event data. See http://docs.aws.amazon.com/ses/latest/DeveloperGuide/monitor-using-event-publishing.html for a tutorial.

I set up my SES instance to send all SES event data via Firehose to an S3 bucket. The resulting data contains the sender and recipient addresses, the subject, the timestamps for both sending and delivery, the SMTP response for delivered emails, and much more.

I hope that helps!

Thanks,

Brent

AWS
beantwortet vor 7 Jahren
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skc242 wrote:
Hi,
I couldn't find this answer anywhere in SES FAQ or anywhere in the net but have 2 questions :

  1. Does SES keep a copy of my sent recipient's email addresses ?
  2. Does SES keep a copy of the sent mail in the server ?

I assume SES is just a passthru service and does not keep any information in its server right?

Thanks

This is addressed in our FAQ: https://aws.amazon.com/ses/faqs/

Quoting the relevant Q/A here for convenience:

Q: Who, if anyone, has access to my email content?

We take our privacy and data protection responsibilities very seriously. Amazon SES uses in-house anti-spam/anti-virus technologies to filter email messages containing poor-quality content and prevent them from being sent. We will only access email content under very limited circumstances, such as system troubleshooting, or investigating fraudulent or abusive activity. Furthermore, other Amazon SES customers do not have access to your email content.

beantwortet vor 7 Jahren

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