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You have a quota for the amount of emails you can send using mail merge during a rolling 24-hour period. Your quota is based off of your plan type in Streak and Google’s daily sending limits in Gmail.
Mail merge sending limits
Mail merge quota varies based on your Streak plan level:
Free plan: 50 emails per day
Solo plan: 800 emails per day*
Pro plan: 1,500 emails per day*
Pro+ plan: 1,500 emails per day*
Enterprise plan: 1,500 emails per day*
*This limit applies to G Suite accounts. If you're using a Gmail.com account (i.e. email@example.com), you'll be limited to 400 sent emails per day due to a lower limit imposed by Google on these types of accounts.
Checking your quota
Check your real-time quota availability and see how your mail merges have affected your quota in Streak.
To find your currently available quota:
Open any of the mail merge pages in the left-hand Gmail menu
Click the graph icon at the top right of the page
Understanding the quota chart
Your currently available quota is stated at the top of the chart in green. This is how many emails you can still send within this rolling 24-hour period
The yellow dotted line at the top of the chart shows your quota limit - this is based off of your Streak plan type. You can upgrade your plan to have a larger daily quota.
The y axis shows your available quota by number of emails you have available to send.
The x axis shows you the past 24 and next 24 hours. The current time (rounded to the nearest hour) will always be at the middle of the x axis.
The mail merge icon shows you when mail merges were sent, which corresponds with a decrease in your available quota over the 24-hour period. You’ll also see how many messages you have scheduled to send over the next 24 hours so you can plan accordingly.
What counts towards the 24-hour limit?
You can view everything affecting your 24-hour quota below the quota graph. This includes messages that were sent with mail merge in the last 24 hours.
Streak also takes into account any mail merges you have sent in the next 24 hours so you can plan accordingly. You’ll see these noted on the quote graph and will get a notification if you’re scheduling a mail merge or follow-up that will exceed your quota.