Justin J <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Auto-Adjusting Batch Settings for Amazon SES
Date: May 15th 2012
I've been working on getting Dada Mail to, "Auto Adjust" it's batch settings, depending on what your Amazon SES sending limits are set at. This is useful, as you're usually started out at a ridiculously low rate, which is periodically raised at Amazon's discretion. There's also a limit per second and per 24hours that you have to be careful to keep in line with.
So, I whipped up a feature to do this all automatically and adjust it, as your SES quota changes. It'll make it into the v5.1.0 release, and you can see my progress at:
I'll try to release a beta soon, so those who use SES can give it a whirl. I may move this type of support to other APIs/Services, like Sendgrid, once Dada Mail has support for things like that,
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