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How to connect Amazon SES with Folderly [API Method]
How to connect Amazon SES with Folderly [API Method]

AWS SES connection guide using access key id and secret access key for Folderly integration.

Vladislav Podolyako avatar
Written by Vladislav Podolyako
Updated over a week ago

To enable another AWS account, Identity Access and Management (IAM) user, or AWS service to send email through Amazon SES on your behalf, you create a sending authorization policy and users. Below you will find the step-by-step process of creating a user for Folderly and policies.

Create Folderly User

  1. Go to https://console.aws.amazon.com/iam/home#/users and press "Identity Access and Management (IAM)".

2. On the left site bar, under "Access Management", select "Users".


3. Then click "Create user".

4. Enter the user's name and click "Next".

5. Choose Permission options, "Attach policies directly", and type SES in the search box, then select "AmazonSESFullAccess" and confirm with the "Next" button.

6. Check if everything is correct and click "Сreate user".

7. Select the created user, and go to his settings.

8. Once you have selected the user you just created, go to "Security credentials" -> "Access keys" -> "Create access key".

9. In the next window, select "Third-party service" and agree to the terms and conditions, and click "Next".

10. Give a name to your key and click "Create access key".

11. Copy the "Access key" and "Secret access key" and press "Done".


11. Now, go to your Folderly profile. To connect a domain with Folderly, on the home page, click the "Add mailbox" button. Select "Amazon" and click "Next step".

Enter the "Access Key ID", "Secret Access Key" and "Region" from your AWS. Click "Next step".

Fill in the fields:

  • "Email address" — Klaviyo Sender Email, used for marketing campaigns;

  • "Sender name" — company or your name. Appears in the 'From' field of recipient's mailbox.

    Click the "Next step" button to connect your mailbox.



    ​​Folderly tip

If you see no improvements in the placement or spam rate for your Folderly-connected mailbox, try reaching out to the Amazon Support team to change your AWS dedicated IP addresses.

This change may significantly improve your email deliverability.


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