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Learn more about how many emails you can send each day with Mailmeteor.
- Google Workspace accounts (formerly G Suite) can send up to 2,000 emails per 24 hours
- Gmail consumer accounts (@gmail.com) can send up to 500 emails per 24 hours
Mailmeteor abides by these limits. So your daily email quota depends on (1) the type of Google account you have and (2) your Mailmeteor license:
When your team has multiple accounts, each account has its own email quota. For example, if you have 10 users with a Business license, everyone in your team can send 2,000 emails and in total, your team can send 20,000 emails per 24 hours.
Your quota resets 24 hours after the latest campaign. If you send emails at 2PM on Monday, your quota will reset at 2PM on Tuesday.
Each time you send an email, we double-check your quota, and if you're trying to send more emails than you can, Mailmeteor warns you that your emails won't be sent. Read more about the Insufficient quota error.
We implemented this quota renewal because Google may reduce your sending capacity depending on the number of emails recently sent or the freshness of your account. By resetting your quota 24 hours after your latest campaign, we make sure that you're safe to send as many emails as possible 😇
When you upgrade your Mailmeteor account using an email address that ends with @gmail.com, you're limited to 500 emails per day.
That's because, as explained above, Gmail applies different limits for free @gmail.com and Google Workspace accounts.
If you want to send reach 2,000 emails/day, you'll need to purchase a Google Workspace account and use an email address that ends with your domain (e.g. @mailmeteor.com).
Did you buy a Mailmeteor license, but your daily email quota did not increase? Or you've configured a Google Workspace account, but you're limited to 400 emails per day? Make sure to check our dedicated help section.
And if you're looking for an email solution that lets you send 10,000 emails a day? Unfortunately, that's not what Mailmeteor was built for. If you need to exceed the Google send limits, we recommend using a dedicated service such as Mailjet.com. This privacy-first tool works for transactional or marketing emails.