I've searched for answers and couldn't find a suitable one and hence the question here --
I have couple of internal services running on AWS which need to send outbound 'notification' emails. such as -- ticketing system, nagios etc. These are akin to no-reply@ email addresses. Example: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
I could verify the entire domain but I prefer verifying specific email addresses for paranoia. It also allows us to manage outbound email addresses so that any of the services or admin do not misconfigure a server to send unapproved or accident emails on the internet.
How do I verify email addresses without an inbox on Amazon SES since verification requires a valid email box. -- http://docs.aws.amazon.com/ses/latest/DeveloperGuide/verify-email-addresses.html
I know I could create an inbox, verify and delete the inbox. But looking for any other way that I may have missed or an alternative that AWS SES offers that I don't know.