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Will my ISP cut off my internet if i send 1000s of emails from Gmail?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by awaisuk, May 1, 2009.

  1. awaisuk

    awaisuk Registered Member

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    Will my ISP cut off my internet if i send 1000s of emails from Gmail?

    I heard there is a limit of emails you can send.

    I am going to send 1000s of emails per day through GMAIL and i want to know if i can get busted by my ISP?

    I am in Canada.
     
  2. dragon77

    dragon77 Power Member

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    it's depend on your ISP, some will and some don't really care. Try to use Big G to read an experience from other user that use your ISP and email blasting.
     
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  3. surajprakash31

    surajprakash31 Regular Member

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    No. Your ISP will have no problem, if you're sending 1000 mails with Gmail.
     
  4. residnt

    residnt Registered Member

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    It will actually depend on the ISP you use up here. I know in BC Shaw doesn't really care about anything, however I've had many friends using telus getting their services questioned when breaking their limit. However if you are sending 1000's per day you may blow through your bandwidth limit pretty quickly. You might want to think about upgrading if you haven't already.

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  5. 0-o-0

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    Maybe Gmail will have some issue, got 3 account banned cause of ''spam'' :D