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Send any Coronavirus email announcement for free

Starting now, you can send any non-commercial Coronavirus email announcement through GMass, even if you’re not on a paid plan. All users, free or paid, can send Coronavirus announcements through GMass, subject to your Gmail account’s limits, and in some cases, if you exceed your limits, we’ll re-route your campaign through SendGrid.

Coronavirus free email
Use your Gmail account and GMass to send Coronavirus announcements to your email list.

How does it work?

  1. Your campaign’s Subject line must include “Coronavirus” or “COVID-19”. It’s not case sensitive, so change the capitalization if you wish.
  2. If you have a free GMass account, you won’t be subject to the normal 50 emails/day limit of the GMass free plan.
  3. Because you’re sending through Gmail, you’ll get the best possible deliverability into your readers’ inboxes.
  4. If you exceed your Gmail account limits, and your campaign is a legitimate Coronavirus-announcement with no commercial intent, then we’ll route your campaign through SendGrid, as long as your total recipient count is under 10,000. We manually review all campaigns before routing through SendGrid, so it may take about 30 minutes after you hit your Gmail limits for us to “push” the rest of the emails through SendGrid.
  5. Please don’t abuse this offer and remember our policy about not having commercial intent. Since announcing this, we’ve seen a bunch of campaigns with Subject lines like “Due to Coronavirus, we’re having a sale!” trying to take advantage of this offer. While it’s perfectly fine to have a sale due to Coronavirus, please subscribe to send a campaign like that. This offer is for non-commercial email announcements about Coronavirus, such as event updates, client/vendor communications, school closings and openings, community updates, staff announcements, and the like.

What if I don’t want to put “Coronavirus” or “COVID-19” in the Subject?

Then unfortunately you would have to subscribe to a paid plan to send your announcement. We need an easy way of knowing what a campaign is about, so looking for this text in the Subject line is the only way to make this offer work automatically at scale. If you’re sending under 50 emails/day, you can use whatever Subject you like, because our free plan already allows you to send 50 emails/day.

I’ve never used GMass. How do you send a Coronavirus email announcement?

  1. Install GMass here.
  2. Watch this video for a 13 second demo.
  3. If your list is more than 1,000 addresses, put them in a Google Sheet instead of pasting them in the To field of the Gmail Compose window.

Have a question?

Contact our support team.

21 Comments
  1. Hello,

    I would like to create and use a Gmass email to send all my colleagues a Gofundme link for a Coronavirus infected friend who needs for help in Italy.

    Is it allowed?

    How many colleagues can I reach?

    Thanks a lot.

    Best regards,

    Sergio

  2. Trying to send an email to our members updating on our measures taken at our studio.

    I have all the email ready to go (1000 ppl) but want to bcc everyone. Do I continue to use the bcc tool and hit the GMass button to send?

    Thank you for making this free today.

    Kyle

    1. Hi! I would like to send an email to everyone in my Gmail contacts to offer them some resources (articles and offer to chat) to help them with coping during this time – all for free. Would I be able to do that through this offer? Thank you. This is a great idea!

      1. Hi Raluca,

        As long as your emails are not commercial in nature then you are free to use GMass for your COVID-related email.

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  4. Hello,

    I’m already a member and I want to reach my past clients. I have about 2 000 mails.

    Since I don’t use a Gsuite account but a Gmail, would my “Covid-19” mail be pushed by your team if a schedule it to send 1 000 mails in 1 day ?

    I usually ask them to schedule a call with me. Is it a problem ?

    Thanks for this good idea you came up with !

    Anthony

      1. Hi Mr Goel,

        I can see you are helping people to send mass email..

        Just want to confirm will this subject line work it’s a govt initiative.

        Subject: FIT INDIA Rope Skipping stay safe from COVID-19

  5. My print shop wants to offer our clients services to help them show that they are open for business…Banners, postcards, letters etc. Would this be allowed?

  6. I am here only to appreciate what you’re doing for all the people who might be dealing this hardly and didn’t know what to do. You seriously need an applaud. Today I feel that humanity is still alive!

  7. Hi! I would like to send an email to everyone in my Gmail contacts to offer them some resources (articles and offer to chat) to help them with coping during this time – all for free. Would I be able to do that through this offer? Thank you. This is a great idea!

  8. Hi Sir. I am the IT Manager of Orient Islamic School in Durban, South Africa

    I have created google classroom login details on out G-Suite for all of students so that they can receive classwork at their home or device from our teachers now that our school is closed due to Covid-19 precautionary measures.

    I have 1500 parents to send this off and im ready with my data in sheets.

    Can i take advantage of this free offer?

  9. hi
    I have many times filled the the form “Apply to use our SendGrid account”
    in order to use you SMTP server.
    unfortunatelly I didn´t got any answer favorable or defavorable from your side.
    please let me know why your are not answering me

    1. Hi Armin,

      Upon checking, we haven’t received a request to use our SMTP. Please contact our support team directly so that we can assist you directly (gmass.co/g/support)

  10. Hello!

    Would a corona-emergency donation campaign for a non-profit arts and culture organization be considered as commercial?

    Many thanks!

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