Enter your email address. This is the email address where you can receive email about your request. Your account email address is prepopulated in the field.
In the Use case description field, enter the reason for the removal of the email quota that includes these details:
A clear and detailed use case for your Lightsail instance to send emails.
A statement that outlines your plan to confirm that your account doesn't send unwanted emails.
Confirmation that the request is for the Lightsail instance. You can also provide the Lightsail instance name.
The Region where your Lightsail instance is hosted.
(Optional) In the Elastic IP address field, enter the static IP address you use to send outbound emails. (This is the static IP address that you attached to your instance.) You can enter up to two static IP addresses.
(Optional) In the Reverse DNS record field, enter any reverse DNS (rDNS) records that AWS must associate with the Elastic IP addresses. When you send emails, it's a best practice to set up an rDNS record. This prevents outbound emails from being flagged as spam. Make sure to link the rDNS record to your static IP address with a DNS A record. For example, if your rDNS record is set to mail.example.com, then create an A record for mail.example.com that points to the Static IP address. This is the domain that's returned when you perform the reverse DNS lookup. For more information, see Configuring reverse DNS for an email server on your Amazon Lightsail instance on
Note: If you have instances in more than one Region, then submit a separate request for each Region.
You receive an email with the Request ID after submitting the request form. It might take up to 48 hours to process your request. If your request is approved, then you receive an email to notify you that the port 25 restriction is removed. If you don't receive an update within 48 hours, then reply to the initial email that you received.