Note that Amazon SES inspects email messages, scanning the headers and body to determine whether they contain content that ISPs might construe as spam. If so, the message isn't sent. Instead, Amazon SES sends a warning email message back to you. You can then take action to correct this situation. If the email message is free of spam and other questionable content, Amazon SES sends it out for delivery, and it should soon arrive in the recipient's inbox. Important Excessive attempts to send low-quality email (such as spam) constitutes abuse, and puts your SES account at risk of termination.