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Amazon SES Working

PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2018 6:04 pm
by jim_frey
It looks like I have Amazon SES working with OpenEMM. It was pretty easy to do.

So here's my basic install -
installation-upgrades-f2/topic3141.html

Because I wanted to test this out, I bought a new domain to set up Amazon SES with OpenEMM. So in my Digital Ocean hosting, I created a snapshot of the current installation, then created a new "droplet" from that backup so I had a new copy of the installation at a new IP. A couple clicks and a couple minutes and that was done.

Then I changed a few things to give the OpenEMM copy the new domain name -
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mysql
connect openemm;
update company_tbl set rdir_domain="http://www.NEWDOMAIN", mailloop_domain="mail.NEWDOMAIN" where company_id=1;
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edit
/home/openemm/conf/bav/bav.conf-local
/home/openemm-2015/webapps/openemm/WEB-INF/classes/emm.properties
/etc/mail/mailertable
/etc/mail/relay-domains
/etc/aliases
/etc/opendkim.conf
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Login to OpenEMM
Administration > Bounce-Filters
Update the "Sender address" on the filters
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Finally just followed the instructions here -
https://docs.aws.amazon.com/ses/latest/ ... dmail.html

I'm still stuck in the sandbox with Amazon SES so I'm limited to the few email addresses I verified, but all seems to be working well.