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I dont recieve a mail for SES complaint notification when email marked as spam ?

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I've managed to setup SES successfully and did some extensive testing. The only issue is that email complains do not seem to be reaching SES where bounce notifications work perfectly fine even though these are set exactly the same as complains (SES + SNS).
Testing via the Amazon SES Mailbox Simulator (complaint@simulator.amazonses.com) works fine, a complaint notification is being sent.

posted Apr 12, 2017 by Rahul Lokhandwala

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