I am building an application that uses AWS for hosting. Additionally I use SES (Simple Email Service) to send emails. So far everything works fine.
However the structure of my application requires me to generate emails (
firstname.lastname@example.org) and send messages from these addresses.
AWS requires me to verify sender-email addresses, and even if I could do that programmatically, AWS still states that there can be at most 10.000 verified email addresses per AWS region - which is not going to suffice.
I am looking for a way to get my application working. Does anyone know if I can increase that limit? Or do you have any other suggestions, how I could implement this?
Clarification: Every user gets an address at my domain (email@example.com) There is no problem verifying the domain