1. Sending Personalized AI-Generated Content via Email with AWS SES


    To send personalized AI-generated content via email using AWS Simple Email Service (SES), you will need to create an email identity, which is an email address or domain that you want to send email from and that you have the ability to authorize emails from. With AWS SES, you can send transactional emails, direct marketing emails, or other types of high-quality content to your customers.

    In this Pulumi program, we will define an SES email identity and show an example of how you could send an email. However, please note that the actual sending of an email programmatically would be handled by a lambda function or another compute service, which would use the SES API to dispatch the email. Pulumi does not interact directly with sending emails but sets up the required infrastructure to do so. The code for sending an email programmatically would not be part of this Pulumi program.

    Let's start with creating the SES email identity:

    import pulumi import pulumi_aws as aws # Define an SES email identity to authorize an email address for sending. email_identity = aws.ses.EmailIdentity("my-email-identity", email="your-verified-email@example.com", ) # Export the SES email identity ARN so it can be referenced outside of Pulumi. pulumi.export("email_identity_arn", email_identity.arn)

    In the above program, replace "your-verified-email@example.com" with the email address you would like to verify with AWS SES. After deploying this Pulumi stack, AWS SES will send a verification email to that address. You must click the verification link in that email to complete the setup process.

    The Pulumi program should be deployed to create and configure the resources in AWS. After you have your SES email identity set up and verified, you would typically use the AWS SDK (for example, in a Lambda function) to send emails to individual addresses with personalized AI-generated content.

    Keep in mind that to send emails to and from this identity, you will need to complete the SES identity verification process and ensure that SES sending limits accommodate your use case. Additionally, follow best practices for sending emails such as handling bounces and complaints, managing the list of subscriber email addresses, and complying with applicable email laws and regulations.

    For more information, make sure to review the AWS SES documentation via the following link:

    Please ensure you understand the service limits, pricing, and best practices described in the AWS documentation when sending emails using AWS SES.