django-amazon-ses - A Django email backend that uses Boto3 to interact with Amazon Simple Email Service (SES)

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A Django email backend that uses Boto 3 to interact with Amazon Simple Email Service (SES). Next, ensure that your Amazon Web Services (AWS) API credentials are setup, or that you are running on an Amazon EC2 instance with an instance profile that has access to the Amazon SES service.

https://github.com/azavea/django-amazon-ses

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