Coming soon — unlimited email sending with Gmail

In a few days, I’ll be releasing a technology I’ve been working on for the last month: the ability to send unlimited emails through your GMass account and no longer be constrained by Gmail’s sending limits, at all.

If you’ve sent email campaigns from your Gmail account with GMass, you know that you’re limited to 500 emails/day from a Gmail account or about 2,000 emails/day from a G Suite account. You also know that occasionally Google doesn’t honor these limits, and your actual sending limits can be much less, especially with new Gmail accounts that haven’t been properly “warmed up.”

The technology I’ve been developing will allow you to BYOS (or “Bring Your Own SMTP Server”) to your GMass account. You’ll be able to specify an external SMTP server through which all of your emails will be sent. That means you can sign up with a service like SendGrid, Mailgun, or JangoSMTP, and use that service with your GMass account. You’ll still use GMass the same way, but your emails would be sent through an external server rather than through Google’s servers. Everything would still look the same. All emails would still show in your “Sent Mail” folder, and replies would still come back to your Inbox and be tracked by GMass.

The advantages: You wouldn’t have any limits and would never again see one of Google’s “You have reached a sending limit” bounces. If you’ve had a Gmail account suspended before, that would no longer happen either.

The disadvantages: Theoretically, there could be a slight deliverability disadvantage, since Google’s own email servers are the highest delivery servers in the world, and now you’re sending through different servers. However, from our tests with SendGrid, there hasn’t been any deliverability impact.

If this feature interests you, get in touch with us, because I’d like a few brave users to test sending this way, so we can then monitor your campaigns and assess the deliverability impact.

14 Replies to “Coming soon — unlimited email sending with Gmail”

    • Ajay Goel

      You can use any SMTP service you like, including an SMTP server you set up on your own. Mailgun is just one of many options. There’s also Sendgrid, JangoSMTP, Amazon SES, and many more.

  1. Bill Stanard

    I would be very interested in trying this. Please let me know. I have an SMTP server available through my web host. I have a small non-profit and I’m trying to put together an email list for helping under-served kids learn to code and to become proficient in cyber security through CyberPatriot.

  2. J.H.

    How would I be able to be one of your testers? Since starting with this program I have gone from sending 40-50 emails to the 2000 max in less than a month. I want to keep growing my list and communicating with my people every day.

  3. nilesh desai

    i am working for revival of sick/weak msme in india and has got 70000 emails database
    i would like to send newsletter every 15 days

    how can i use gmass for this application

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