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Command line for Amazon SES

Project description

postman is a simple command line working with Amazon AWS, leveraging the boto library.

Usage

$ postman -h
usage: postman [-h] [--version] [--verbose]

               {show_stats,verify,send,show_quota,delete_verified,list_verified}
               ...

send an email via Amazon SES

positional arguments:
  {show_stats,verify,send,show_quota,delete_verified,list_verified}

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --version
  --verbose

Commands

poastman has 6 different commands, in line with the various API calls available for Amazon SES.

verify

verifies an email for sending (and in the case of the sandbox environment for receiving as well)

delete_verified

removes a verified email address from your account

list_verified

print out a list of all verified email addresses on your account

send

sends an email, the content of the email is a raw email piped in very stdin, the only option is -f which takes a single email address that the email is sent from, following by 1 or more arguments that are email addresses that are the the destination for the email.

show_quota

print out the email quota and rate limits for you account

show_stats

print out the stats for the Amazon SES account

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