Location: https://github.com/j...m_ses_transport

Anyone used it? Or could give an opinion about it?

Please refer to the statement below that is part of the package README file: My understanding is that SES will be only used for senders listed in the etc/exim4/ses.senders file. This also means applications such as CMS (Drupal, WP, etc) or list managers like PHPList will use SES without modifications.



First, install the transport. This can be done easily with the pip or easy_install commands.

To configure it, take a look at the example exim4.config.sample. It shows how
to configure exim to use this transport program. This configuration listens
only on the localhost. Only SES messages are sent, and only then if the
username is present in the /etc/exim4/ses.senders file. Since SES senders have
to be authorized, you should have this list. If you have a more complex
installation, you can still use this router at the top to send only SES senders
via SES and others via your normal configuration.

The example configuration puts the transport in debugging mode. This drops a
file in /tmp for each attempted delivery. To disable this, remove the DEBUG
variable from the environment by modifying the exim configuration