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   * **STEP 1: Download the AMI Image**: The AMI is available publicly via your Amazon account (use Ireland). In the AWS Management Console, open the **EC2** Dashboard. To choose an Amazon Machine Image (AMI), select the Community AMIs tab on the left hand side of the screen and search by name "​**lucy**"​ (see the screenshot).   * **STEP 1: Download the AMI Image**: The AMI is available publicly via your Amazon account (use Ireland). In the AWS Management Console, open the **EC2** Dashboard. To choose an Amazon Machine Image (AMI), select the Community AMIs tab on the left hand side of the screen and search by name "​**lucy**"​ (see the screenshot).
  
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   * **STEP 2: Launch the instance**:   * **STEP 2: Launch the instance**:
  
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-  * **STEP 3: Choose an Instance Type**: there are many instance types available. Please scroll down to see them all. t2.micro is the smallest and will do with campaign with less than 1000 users. 
  
-{{ aws3.png?600 }}+  * **STEP 3: Choose an Instance Type**: there are many instance types available. Please scroll down to see them all. t2.medium matches with minimal hardware requirements.  
 +However, if you are not planning to have more than 1000 recipients, t2.small will do as well.
  
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   * **STEP 4: Review Instance, Set Security group and launch**: Click on "edit security group"   * **STEP 4: Review Instance, Set Security group and launch**: Click on "edit security group"
  
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   * **STEP 5: Create a key pair to connect**: Create a new public/​private key pair for the SSH authentication and click "​Download Key Pair".   * **STEP 5: Create a key pair to connect**: Create a new public/​private key pair for the SSH authentication and click "​Download Key Pair".
  
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   * **STEP 6: Connect to LUCY via the public IP**: After you have launched an EC2 instance, you can connect to LUCY’s public IP through SSH in order to configure the System. The public IP is visible as described in the screenshot below.   * **STEP 6: Connect to LUCY via the public IP**: After you have launched an EC2 instance, you can connect to LUCY’s public IP through SSH in order to configure the System. The public IP is visible as described in the screenshot below.
  
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 More details here: http://​docs.aws.amazon.com/​ses/​latest/​DeveloperGuide/​limits.html More details here: http://​docs.aws.amazon.com/​ses/​latest/​DeveloperGuide/​limits.html
  
-If you cannot send mails from LUCY from your EC2 environment we recommend uses Amazon's SES: https://aws.amazon.com/​ses/​. If you need to send less than 200 mails per day, please use the [[scheduler|scheduler]] to delay the sending.+Also, AWS does not support phishing simulations through SES as this is risky for Amazon ​public IP to get blacklistedTo avoid the limit and send not more than 200 mails per day, please use the [[scheduler|Scheduler]] which helps to distribute ​the sending ​messages over a longer period of time.
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