npm install aws-sdk –save

npm install の–saveオプションって何?
-> パッケージをインストールして、package.jsonに書き込む

[vagrant@localhost ses]$ npm -v
[vagrant@localhost ses]$ npm install aws-sdk –save
npm WARN saveError ENOENT: no such file or directory, open ‘/home/vagrant/local/app/test/package.json’
npm notice created a lockfile as package-lock.json. You should commit this file.
npm WARN enoent ENOENT: no such file or directory, open ‘/home/vagrant/local/app/test/package.json’
npm WARN test No description
npm WARN test No repository field.
npm WARN test No README data
npm WARN test No license field.

+ aws-sdk@2.487.0
added 39 packages from 85 contributors, removed 30 packages, updated 1 package and audited 52 packages in 30.333s
found 0 vulnerabilities

AWS credentialsを設定し、メール送信する

var AWS = require('aws-sdk');
AWS.config.update({region: 'us-east-1'});

var ses = new AWS.SES();

var params = {
	Destination: {
		ToAddresses: [ '' ]
	Message: {
			Body: {
				Text: {
						Data: 'hello SES',
						Charset: 'utf-8'
			Subject: {
				Data: 'Hello',
				Charset: 'utf-8'
	Source: ''

ses.sendEmail(params, function(err, data){
	if(err) console.log(err, err.stack);
	else console.log(data);


Amazon SES

Amazon Simple Email Service (SES) is Amazon’s email sending service.
Weight charge system, no minimum fee required.
Free quota is 62,000 transmissions / month from EC2 and 1,000 receptions / month.

Amazon SES Sandbox
– In order to prevent fraud and to avoid SPAM accreditation from ISPs, new user accounts are placed in a sandbox (environment for verification purposes) and limited in part by behavior.
– Emails can be sent and received only from verified email addresses or verified domains.
– You can send up to 200 messages per day, up to one message per second.
– If you move the account out out of the sandbox, it will work in the unrestricted environment.
– It will take 1 business day to proceed.

– Case- insensitive combination of domain and email address. ( and have different identities)

Domain Key Identification Mail(DKIM)
– It is a standard for the ISP to prove that senders have signed e-mail messages so that they are genuine and have not been tampered with by a third party during transmission.