In this documentation, you will get the steps to generate Amazon SES credentials which you will be needing to connect to MailGet account with your Amazon SES account. This documentation assumes that you are already done with the below steps –
- Created an Amazon SES Account.
- Verified your Email Address.
- Moved your Amazon SES Account from SandBox mode.
Now that you have fulfilled all the above mentioned requirements, you can now generate Amazon SES credential and can avail MailGet account with full access to your Amazon SES account
Step 1. To generate your IAM credentials, from above-mentioned console click on “Identity and Access Management(IAM)” button.
Step 2. Now here click on “User” and then on the “Create New Users” button.
Step 3. Type “MailGet” in the first box, then click on the “Create” button.
Step 4. On next page, you now need to Attach User Policy to your Access Credentials to avail MailGet full Amazon SES access. Go to the section named as “Attach existing policies directly“, where you will find a policy named as “Amazon SES Full Access“. Please select this policy and then click on the “Next” button available at the bottom left.
Step 5. You will now be redirected to an “Add Tags” page, where you don’t have do anything. You can simply click over the “Next” button available at the bottom left.
Step 6. Now you will be on a page, from where you can create the user and can get the SMTP details. You will simply have to click over the button named as “Create User”.
Step 7. Once you click over the button named as “Create User“, you will be able to get the SMTP details. You will be able to get the “Access Key ID” and “Secret Access Key”.
Step 8. Once you have the “Access Key ID” and “Secret Access Key” with you, then login to your MailGet account and under the SMTP section, you will find the Amazon SES section, where you can place the SMTP details
Now you have successfully generated your IAM Credentials, saved it in MailGet and allowed MailGet full access to Amazon SES. You can now send unlimited emails via MailGet connected to your Amazon SES account.
In case you still have any issues connecting your MailGet Account with Amazon SES, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you out.