New Delhi : Gmail Account: Gmail is the most used e-mail service in the world and is used by millions of users worldwide. But, if you don’t follow the three simple rules of Gmail, your account can be permanently banned. So here are three simple rules to keep in mind when logging in to Gmail. Google has made a number of changes to its e-mail service over the years. Users have the ability to undo mail after it has been sent. Also, its interface has been changed. Let’s learn about three simple rules of Gmail.
Sending one e-mail after another:
Google has set limits for e-mailing for Gmail. If you put 100 people together in one mail, Google’s algorithm issues an alert. Also, you cannot send more than 500 emails in a day from your Gmail. Doing this can get you banned for 1 to 24 hours. Also, if you are found to be doing this continuously, you may be permanently banned from Gmail.
Using the wrong Email – Address frequently:
If you send a large number of messages to Inactive Email Address, Google may red flag your account. Doing so will make Google’s algorithms consider you a spammer, and your Gmail account may be disabled or temporarily blocked. After sending an e-mail, if you receive a large bounce mail, you will be considered a spammer. As such, before sending an e-mail, check all the email addresses and check the spelling etc. So that it will not return after sending the e-mail.
Sending illegal content/ material through e-mail :
Your account can be banned even if you send someone illegal links, videos, photos or documents against Gmail’s policy. Do not attempt to send information via e-mail about illegal content such as arms sales and purchases, drug trafficking, copyrighted music videos and movies.