Yeah, since the EC2 instance is not a registered domain for sending email,
it's very likely that the email sent from this machine will be spam
filtered. Therefore, you may want to use a 3rd party service such as AuthSMTP
to send the email.
Here are a couple links that you may find helpful:http://developer.mindtouch.com/Wik.is/EC2_Infrastructure#Postfix_configuration
Hope this helps!
On Thu, Aug 20, 2009 at 11:15 AM, Tsahy Shapsa <[address removed]>
Quick question, we're about to roll out our new Drupal website on AWS and was wondering how do people deal with emailing out of that instance without being flagged as 'spam' (I heard / read that AWS IP addresses are 'marked').
More details: as part of the user registration on our website, we're sending an email out to the registrant with their account information etc..
Any pointers will be appreciated.
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