Less than 0.1% of email messages received at Czar Mail's servers is from Amazon SES. But the question is, "Is it Spam?"
The answer is simple: if you didn't want it, it's spam. And we're not talking about official emails from Amazon to their clients; we're talking about emails sent with sender email addresses like "firstname.lastname@example.org." Nobody put that into their friends list.
Amazon isn't alone in the business of delivering spam. The Google search for "marketing messages email service" returns 119 million results. We dare you to read all of those in one night.
At least you know you won't get malware in the spam Amazon and other reputable email marketing companies send out, but that doesn't change the fact that it's still unwanted email, or spam. And to be sure, there's no guaranteed way to know if your spam is from a legitimate email marketer, or a spammer sending malware!
The Online Privacy Blog (abine.com) claims that the average person gets 105 email messages per day as of their 2013 study. Czar Mail clients average 200 to 300 per day (which is why they came to Czar Mail). To control this flood of spam, abine.com recommends doing 5 things:
Czar Mail stops spam, and never loses good emails.
See how it works here.