Category : amazon-ses

I have this mail test class to send email to user by SES: class Test extends Mailable { use Queueable, SerializesModels; public function build() { return $this->markdown(‘admin.emails.email-user2’); } } by tinker: Mail::to(‘[email protected]’)->send(new AppMailAdminTest()); Even I opened case and convert from sandbox to production: My .env: MAIL_MAILER=ses MAIL_HOST=smtp.mailtrap.io MAIL_PORT=null MAIL_USERNAME=null MAIL_PASSWORD=null MAIL_ENCRYPTION=null [email protected] MAIL_FROM_NAME="${APP_NAME}" AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=AK###IAV66######### AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=P+G0x21#######ZJklHhRZbh#####kMu ..

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An email from Amazon AWS states: Beginning October 1st, 2020, Amazon SES will only support requests signed using Signature Version 4. You can easily identify API requests that use Signature Version 3 by looking at the request headers. Requests that use the Signature Version 3 resemble the following example: X-Amzn-Authorization: AWS3-HTTPS AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAIOSFODNN7EXAMPLE,Algorithm=HMACSHA256,Signature=lBP67vCvGl … I have ..

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I’ve SES approved sending rate of 500 emails / second. When I try to send bulk email via Laravel using SES API, the actual mail sending rate is very slow (about ~100 per minute). Here’s an overview of how I do it – … Users::latest()->chunk(100, function($users) use($newsletter) { Notification::send($users, new SendNewsLetter($newsletter)); // queued }) My ..

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