Hosting Company Limitations Send X e-mails every Y minutes Configuration / Observation
1and1 100 per task
200 per hour
95 e-mails / 30 minutes  
Amazon SES    
  • Method : SMTP
  • Server : email-smtp.us-east-1.amazonaws.com
  • Port : 465
  • Secure method : SSL
  • Authentication : Yes
  • Username/Password provided by Amazon SES
BlueHost 150 per hour 70 e-mails / 30 minutes  
DreamHost 50 per hour 45 e-mails / 1 hour Do not leave the bounce e-mail address field empty!
Free.fr

20 per task
100 per hour
2000 per week

18 e-mails / 15 minutes If you're using your own cron or the manual send process, you can send 15 e-mails every 10 minutes
GMail 100 per hour
500 per day

48 e-mails / 30 minutes
20 e-mails / 1 hour (>500 users)

  • Method : SMTP
  • Server : smtp.gmail.com
  • Port : 465
  • Secure method : SSL
  • Authentication : Yes
  • Your GMail username/password

GMail says your password is not valid?

Google Apps
for Business
or Education editions
2000 per day

80 e-mails / 1 hour

 

GoDaddy

100 per task
1000 per day
95 e-mails / 15 minutes
40 e-mails / 1 hour (>1000 users)
  • Method : SMTP
  • Server : relay-hosting.secureserver.net
  • Port : 25
  • Secure method : No
  • Authentication : No
  • Your from and reply-to e-mail should belong to your own domain

Goneo

250 per hour 60 e-mails / 15 minutes
  • Method : php Mail Function
  • Your from, reply-to and bounce back e-mail addresses should belong to your own domain
  • Do not leave the bounce e-mail field empty!

GreenGeeks

100 per hour by default 45 e-mails / 30 minutes  
Host Gator 500 per hour 115 e-mails / 15 minutes  
Host Monster 500 per hour 115 e-mails / 15 minutes  
Hosting 2GO 50 per 15 minutes 45 e-mails / 15 minutes  
Hotmail 100 per day   Due to this limitation, you should not use Hotmail as smtp server.
Locaweb 100 per hour 45 e-mails / 30 minutes  
Lunarpages 20 per task
600 per hour
19 e-mails / 15 minutes You can use your own cron task to have a better frequency (every 2 minutes)
Lypha 2000 per hour 400 e-mails / 15 minutes  
Maven Hosting 500 per hour 115 e-mails / 15 minutes  
Netissime 500 per 15 minutes
1000 per day

100 e-mails / 15 minutes

40 e-mails / 1 hour (>1000 users)

 
Office 365    
  • Method : SMTP
  • Server : smtp.office365.com
  • Port : 587
  • Secure method : TLS
  • Authentication : Yes
  • Your username/password
One.com 25 per 5 minutes

24 e-mails / 15 minutes

You can use your own cron task to have a better frequency (every 5 minutes)
OVH via smtp 100 per hour
Pack Perso: 500 per day
Pack Pro: 500 per day
Pack Business: 1500 per day
Pack Premium: 2000 per day

Waits 10s between 2 emails

20 e-mails / 1 hour
20 e-mails / 1 hour
48 e-mails / 1 hour
80 e-mails / 1 hour

  • Method : SMTP
  • Server : smtp.yourdomain.com
  • Port : 587
  • Secure method: none
  • Authentication : Yes
  • Your username/password
OVH via phpMail

The process will be blocked if more than 5% of your messages bounce

But you can easily unblock it on your account at:
Manager v3 > Mutualisé > Récapitulatif > Hébergement > Suivi Emails Automatisés.

200 e-mails / 1 hour

  • Method : php Mail function

Using this sending method, OVH will overwrite the bounce e-mail address so all delivery failures will be handled by OVH.
You could then export the file generated by OVH and import it in Acy using our universal filter plugin but you won't be able to use our automatic bounce handling (you could use the smtp function then... but you will have stronger limitations).

PHPNet 100 per hour 50 e-mails and 2 second pauses between each batch with the manual send process E-mails are added to their own queue so you can send as many e-mails as you want and then their server will deliver automatically 100 e-mails per hour
Rochen 100 per 10 minutes
1000 per day
95 e-mails / 15 minutes
40 e-mails / 1 hour (>1000 users)
 
Site5 1000 per hour 240 e-mails / 15 minutes Your from and bounce e-mail address should belong to your own domain
Siteground 400 per hour 95 e-mails / 15 minutes  
Techark 250 per hour 60 e-mails / 15 minutes  
VCServer Network 100 per hour 45 e-mails / 30 minutes  
Webcity 20 per 6 minutes 19 e-mails / 15 minutes You can use your own cron task to have a better frequency (every 8 minutes)
Yahoo 100 per hour 95 e-mails / 1 hour  
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