Gmail enforces email-sending limits to ensure fair usage and maintain the security and reliability of its platform. These limits are in place to prevent abuse, spam
, and unauthorized bulk emailing that could potentially disrupt the email experience for millions of users. By imposing these limits, Gmail can effectively manage its infrastructure and allocate resources to provide consistent service to everyone.
Email sending limits are also crucial in safeguarding Gmail's reputation and email deliverability
rates. Users sending excessive emails quickly can trigger red flags that their accounts might be compromised or used for malicious purposes. These limits help detect and prevent unauthorized access, protecting both the sender and recipient.
While these limits might inconvenience those with legitimate high-volume emailing needs, they are a necessary trade-off to maintain the overall integrity of the Gmail platform. Users who require more substantial email-sending capabilities for business or marketing purposes can explore Google Workspace (formerly G Suite), which offers enhanced features and higher sending limits tailored to professional needs, but sending unsolicited emails, such as cold emails, also has limitations