Amazon SES for customer support emails? Or use my own subdomain?

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Hi Warriors,

Right now we have top level domain that gets a decent amount of traffic from our many different partners. The problem is, this could put our company's transactional + customer support emails at risk of getting sent to the spam folder.

And right now we're having that issue. We believe a partner sent out an email campaign that was too aggressive and now many of our customer service emails are bouncing. So we need to find a solution so we can assist our customers.

We're thinking about doing a few things:

1) Routing our customer support emails through Amazon SES

2) Routing our customer support emails through a new domain/sub-domain on a new server/ip

Do you have an opinion on this? Or is there something else we should do?
#amazon #customer #emails #ses #subdomain #support
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