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AWS SES vs Postmark: An Email Provider Comparison [2022]

  • Introduction
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    Features

    Pricing

    Pros & Cons

    Company Info

    Recap

Introduction

If you're looking for a reliable email service, AWS SES and Postmark might be your best options. So, which is better: AWS SES or Postmark? This comparison guide will look at the pros and cons of AWS SES and Postmark, including pricing, features, customer reviews and more.

Features

SDKs Available

Has Courier.com Integration

Threshold for free plan and dedicated IP

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javascript, php, java, go, python, ruby, php, c++

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When you're on a sandbox account, you're limited to 200 emails/24hours. The number varies based on your request from Amazon via email if your account is out of the sandbox. With a custom plan, you have access to 3 dedicated IPs and can send over 2 million emails, and your fee will vary according to your specifications.

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Postmark has various plans with different maximum email limits ranging from 10,000 to 5 million. However, customers sending up to 300,000 emails monthly can use a dedicated IP address with an additional cost of $50 per month.

Features

SDKs Available

AWS SES:

javascript, php, java, go, python, ruby, php, c++

Postmark:

javascript, php, ruby, .net, java,

Has Courier.com Integration

Threshold for free plan and dedicated IP

AWS SES:

When you're on a sandbox account, you're limited to 200 emails/24hours. The number varies based on your request from Amazon via email if your account is out of the sandbox. With a custom plan, you have access to 3 dedicated IPs and can send over 2 million emails, and your fee will vary according to your specifications.

Postmark:

Postmark has various plans with different maximum email limits ranging from 10,000 to 5 million. However, customers sending up to 300,000 emails monthly can use a dedicated IP address with an additional cost of $50 per month.

Pricing (Monthly)

Up to 1,000

Up to 5,000

Up to 10,000

Up to 25,000

Up to 50,000

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$10
$0.5
$10
$1
$10
$2.5
$28.75
$5
$50

Pricing (Monthly)

Up to 1,000

Up to 5,000

Up to 10,000

Up to 25,000

Up to 50,000

Pros & Cons

AWS SES

Amazon SES is a highly scalable email service that lets you send and receive email from your applications. You can use it to send transactional, marketing, and promotional messages. Their API simplifies the process of emailing by eliminating the need for organizations to maintain their own email servers or use third-party SMTP services.

Pros

  • It is reasonably affordable.
  • It is extremely reliable and very customizable.
  • It uses a pay-per-use system.

Cons

  • There's a limit to the daily email count you can send.
  • It is inaccessible to unregistered users.
  • It could be complicated to use for non-tech-savvy users.

When To Use

  • It is suitable for developers on the AWS ecosystem who want to integrate a mailing system into their software.
  • It is suitable for firms or brands to send bulk transactional emails.
  • It is an excellent tool for email marketing.

Postmark

Postmark is an email app that enables developers to create transactional emails. It is a full-service email API that helps companies reach their audience. Postmark helps its customers to send transactional emails by providing an API that is easy to use on top of its web interface. With the Postmark API you can create your own system that can send transactions automatically or on demand.

Pros

  • It is easy to set up, deliver, and parse transactional emails at scale.
  • It comes with ready-to-use responsive email templates.
  • It provides troubleshooting and analytics tools.

Cons

  • It has a 45-day access limit to email history.
  • It does not offer yearly pricing—only monthly.
  • There is no support for lists and visual template builders.

When To Use

  • Postmark is great for agencies, enterprises, startups, and even your side projects.
  • It is an excellent choice if you want to use servers to separate your email stream.
  • It is also a great choice if you want a complete self-serve option.

Company Info

Alexa Rank

Funding

Employee Count

Founded In

Headquarters

Trustpilot Rating

G2 Rating

11
19,049
108M
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45000
20
2006
2010
Seattle, USA
Philadelphia, USA
2.3
3.8
4.2
4.6

Company Info

Alexa Rank

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11

:

19,049

Funding

:

108M

Employee Count

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45000

:

20

Founded In

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2006

:

2010

Headquarters

:

Seattle, USA

:

Philadelphia, USA

Trustpilot Rating

:

2.3

:

3.8

G2 Rating

:

4.2

:

4.6

Recap

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AWS SES

AWS SES

AWS SES

Postmark

AWS SES

AWS SES

Conclusion

We hope you enjoyed our guide about AWS SES vs Postmark. With this information, we hope that you can make an educated decision on which email provider is best for you. In case you need any more information on either of these two companies or need a personalized recommendation, please feel free to contact us anytime via live chat or email (support@courier.com).

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