I’m sending out an email to a large group of people and the output has gradually reduced to only 10% (actually less than that at the moment).
[Tue 18 Dec 2018 05:58] [CL] Script stage: 5
[Tue 18 Dec 2018 05:58] [CL] 250 messages sent in 525.38 seconds (1713 msgs/hr)
[Tue 18 Dec 2018 05:58] [CL] 230 failed (will retry later)
I enabled more detailed logging
and from what I can see the reason is the throttle limit.
gmail.com is currently over throttle limit of 1 per 10 seconds
I understand the issue and over the years email addresses have gradually been replaced to ‘all’ @gmail.com, @hotmail.com, @outlook.com instead of the more diversity of the past.
I realize that I can change the throttle setting in config but before I do I would like to know what your experiences are, since I can only assume you also see the shift to less and bigger email provider domains.
Any idea what an ideal throttle limit is ?
I certainly want to make it shorter than 10 seconds.
Or are there other ways around this issue ?