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These quotas are hardcoded into our solution and aligned with Gmail's own limitations. If you wish to bypass these quotas, Gmelius supports custom SMTP servers (e.g., Sendgrid).
Note that if your CSV file contains less rows than the above limits, the maximum email limit will correspond to the size of your CSV, e.g., if your CSV contains 45 contacts then you'll see 45 as the upper limit for the campaign.
If you have reached the email limit in a day, your limit will be recycled after 24 hours and Gmelius will so send your campaign over several days.
How long does a campaign take for 2,500 emails/recipients with a Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) (e.g., [email protected]):
- Sending 1,250 on the first day
- Sending 1,250 the second day
Result: total of 2,500 emails sent on 2 days.
How long does a campaign take for 1200 emails/recipients with a Gmail account (e.g., [email protected]):
- Sending 250 on the first day
- Sending 250 the second day
- Sending 250 the third day
- Sending 250 the fourth day
- Sending 200 the fifth day
Result: total of 1,200 emails sent on 5 days.
To optimize the deliverability of your campaigns, Gmelius developed a proprietary algorithm that computes a delay between each sent message. Among other parameters, the algorithm takes into account the number of recipients, the size of the message, and its complexity (e.g., number of links, number of images, number of HTML tags).
Haven't reached the quota limit in the day and receiving a quota warning or bounceback?
In an effort to fight spam, prevent abuse and unusual activity, Google will temporarily disable your account if you send a large number of undeliverable messages, especially if your Gmail account was recently created.
If Gmail is giving a bounceback and won't deliver your email message we, unfortunately, cannot fix this and you'll need to contact Google Support.