While Amazon SES is capable of receiving email, it doesn't provide an IMAP server for incoming mail. This means that you can't use Amazon SES with an email client (such as Outlook or Thunderbird) to receive email.
We do have a service called Amazon WorkMail, which offers a lot of the benefits of Amazon SES, but also includes more traditional email features. For example, it includes an IMAP server, as well as a web-based client. You can learn more at https://aws.amazon.com/workmail/.
Thanks for using Amazon Web Services!
Brent @ AWS
Hi Brent, Thank you!!
By any chance, Do you know how many email aliases I can have per user account? I couldn't find that information on the features or user guide.
Edited by: Sosadinho on Apr 2, 2019 12:23 AM
Found the answer here...
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