I could try with sendgrid and it was successful. I find Amazon SES mail services to be very effective and economical. I tried looking at their API help docs, but am not able to get through the authorization values to be created with combinations of algorithm, AWS IAM security keys, date and signature.
So far,i could get this…
the endpoint for my account : https://email.us-west-2.amazonaws.com
They give this sample authorization request in their docs -
Authorization: AWS4-HMAC-SHA256 Credential=AKIAIOSFODNN7EXAMPLE,SignedHeaders=Date;x-amz-date,Signature=9d63c3b5b7623d1fa3dc7fd1547313b9546c6d0fbbb6773a420613b7EXAMPLE
They explain this
Requests that use the AWS Signature Version 4 include an
Authorization header that contains the following information:
- The algorithm you used for signing (
- The credential scope (with your access key ID)
- A list of signed headers
- The calculated signature. The signature is based on your request information, and you use your AWS secret access key to produce the signature. The signature confirms your identity to AWS.
Has anyone done it successfully and would please guide me.
Thanks in advance.