Reached a limit

Gmail tells me I've reach email limit. How to solve this?

After sending a campaign, you may get a message from Google such as: "You have reached a limit for sending email."

Why does Gmail says that you've reached limit?

Here are some ways to avoid exceeding limits when sending a campaign with Mailmeteor:



Your email has been detected as spam

Google may detects your emails as spam. You may need to review your email campaign so as to prevent your email to fall into spam. Check our section How to avoid spam.

Your daily sending limit has been hit

Your daily quota includes mails sent with Mailmeteor but also emails that you manually send with Gmail. You may have sent some emails previously with Gmail? If so, try again in a few hours. Read more on Gmail's sending limits.

You are sending emails via POP/IMAP

We recommend you to remove this setting if you want to use Mailmeteor properly without limit.

Your G Suite account is new and under trial

If you are a new G Suite user, your account may be under trial and limited to 400 emails per day. Usually, the trial period lasts two weeks. You can skip the G Suite trial period by making a manual payment or pay early.

Once you have identified why your messages bounced, you can take the necessary measures and try again sending in a few hours.

  • Stagger mass communications over 2 days—try sending messages to one group of recipients, wait 24 hours, and then send to another group.

  • Ensure your email content is not spammy

  • Ensure your contact list is fresh and clean

If you still need a helping hand on this, contact us. We'll be glad to help!