Im stupid, help me. I need it. Please. Whats the easiest way to verify my ses emails?

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Listen, I don't have time to keep wasting hours figuring out this. Ive followed different guides and used the aws ai and chatgpt to guide me through this.

Whats the easiest way to receive my verification email. Explain it to me like I'm stupid. Because Im clearly stupid as I can't figure it out.

I just want an email @mydomain thats it

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we are here to help, and you're not stupid! Verifying emails with Amazon SES (Simple Email Service) can be confusing at first, but we'll get through it together. Here's a step-by-step guide to verify your email address with SES. Access the SES Console: Go to the Amazon SES console by logging into your AWS Management Console, selecting SES from the list of services. Verify a New Email Address: In the SES console, navigate to the "Email Addresses" section and click on the "Verify a New Email Address" button. Enter Your Email Address: In the popup window, enter the email address you want to verify (e.g., yourname@yourdomain.com). Make sure it's a valid email address that you have access to. Confirm Verification Request: After entering your email address, click on the "Verify This Email Address" button. This will trigger SES to send a verification email to the address you provided. Check Your Inbox: Open your email inbox for the address you provided in step 3. You should receive an email from Amazon Web Services asking you to confirm the email address. Click the Verification Link: In the email from AWS, you'll find a verification link. Click on the link to confirm that you own the email address. Verification Complete: Once you've clicked the verification link, your email address should be successfully verified in the SES console.

Send Test Email: To ensure that everything is working correctly, you can send a test email from your verified email address using the SES console. Go to the "Email Sending" section, click on "Send a Test Email", enter your verified email address as the sender, and send a test email to yourself or another address.

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  • The main issue is that I don't know how to open the email inbox. I created the email address in SES. I don't know how to actually view the emails sent to it.

  • Please contact AWS Support team. They will be able to provide you the required help

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