Set up Amazon SES Account.
Go to AWS and click on “Sign in to the console” button.
On the page appeared, you will have two options: to sign in or to create an account.
If you already have an amazon.com account simply enter your email address and select “I am a returning user and my password is” option and enter your password.
If you are a new user enter your email address and select the “I am a new user” option.
Click on “Sign in using our secure server” button.
Now enter your name, re-type your email address and a password.
Click “Create account”.
Now you are redirected to a page asking for your contact information.
There you need to fill your basic information like your name, your company’s name, your country, your address, your city, state, postal code, and your phone number.
In a security check area, enter the captcha.
Put a tick on the AWS customer agreement (after reading it properly) and click on “Create account and continue”.
Now on the payment information page enter your credit card number and expiration date followed by card holder’s name.
Here you also have a choice of selecting your billing address; choose your billing address and click “Continue”.
At the next step, you have verify your identity by providing your phone number and clicking “Call me now”.
You will get a 4-digit verification code and will receive an automated call simultaneously.
Enter the received code through your phone.
When you see a window confirming your verification click “Continue to select your Support plan”.
Select the Basic plan and click “Continue”.
On a welcome page, click the “Launch management console” button.
Click on the SES icon to start with the email service.
Click the “Sign up for Amazon SES” button.
This may take some time, so be patient. You will receive an email once your account is ready.
Once you receive your confirmation email, go to your AWS account and click on “Sending Statistics” at the left side.
Click on the “Request a Sending Limit Increase” button.
By doing this you will open up a case where you will be asked to select your region, your website’s URL, etc.
Fill all the required information and click “Submit”.
Now wait. Your case is now taken to AWS and to approve your request, it may take a couple of hours.
When your request is fulfilled, you will receive an email.
You can check your sending quota in your AWS management console where your email sending limit will be mentioned.