In addition to offering a scalable, cost-effective email-sending platform, Amazon SES can now accept your incoming emails. You can configure Amazon SES to deliver your messages to an Amazon S3 bucket, call your custom code via an AWS Lambda function, or publish notifications to Amazon SNS. You can also configure Amazon SES to drop or bounce messages you do not want to receive. If you choose to store your messages in Amazon S3, Amazon SES can encrypt your mail using AWS Key Management Service (KMS) before writing it to the bucket.
Originally Posted: Amazon SES Now Supports Inbound Email
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