Email Rate Limits for ISPs

by him77
3 replies
I'm doing a lot of emails from home to get business online and off line. I wanted to know if anyone knew how to get around this? I have comcast for internet and below is what I found online in terms of the limits. Please , any tips would be a blessing!

Comcast Email Send & SMTP Limits

Below you can find the Comcast email send or rate limit for Comcast high speed internet customers. Please note that Comcast can also block port 25 for your connection (triggering the error message: "Error #1: Port25.Secure(SSL); no Socket Error: 10053. Error Number 0x800CC0F"), in order to prevent you (or viruses on your computer) from sending emails using your own SMTP agent:

Comcast email send limit - no more than 1000 recipients per day

Comcast other SMTP limits - max 10mb per message
Comcast email-outbound policy - Comcast Customer Service - XFINITY Help and Support
Comcast SMTP restriction expiry method - the restriction is automatically lifted 24 hours after the email send limit was reached.
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  • Profile picture of the author mediadealer
    Use a Gmail account and not your @comcast address.

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  • Profile picture of the author him77
    Thats what I plan to do, but i assumed my isp would shut me down if I did too that correct?
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  • Profile picture of the author Gama Seva
    My ISP also limiting my emails and they required me to register each email address that I am using but hey why should I do that? here's what I did instead.

    1. Create an email with your domain, if you have Cpanel then you should be able to create your own POP email addresses. Say, (

    2. Create a gmail account Say, (

    3. Forward your POP email to your gmail account, you can do this on your cpanel by going to "forwarder".

    4. Login to your gmail account and add your POP email, you can do this by going to >Settings >Accounts and Import >Send Mail As, click on "Add another email address" a pop up window will open, just follow the verification process until you get the verification code.

    5. Done! You can now send and receive email though gmail without your ISP's knowledge and the best thing is when you send email to somebody they won't even notice that you are using gmail account, because your POP email will appear as the sender.

    You don't need any email client, just login to your gmail account anywhere around the world.


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