How many emails can I send per day from Zoho CRM?

            In Zoho CRM, you can send either bulk emails or individual emails. The email limit for the organization will be calculated based on the total number of confirmed and active users in the account. Following are the limits for sending emails based on your account's Edition.

            For Individual Emails
            • In the Free Edition - 50 x total confirmed and active users (per day, per organization) for upto 4 users. For accounts with more than 4 users, the limit is 200 emails (per day, per organization).12 AM to 11.59 PM GMT is considered as one day.
              For example, you have 2 active and confirmed users in your organization's account. Then the total number of individual emails that a user can send per day, per organization will be up to 100 (50 x 2) emails. If you have 6 (or anything more than 4) active and confirmed users, then the total number of individual emails that can be sent will be 200, as that is the fixed limit for more than 4 users.
            • In the Paid Editions - 300 x total confirmed and active users (per day, per organization). 12 AM to 11.59 PM GMT is considered as one day.
              For example, you have 5 active and confirmed users in your organization's account. Then the total number of individual emails that a user can send per day, per organization will be up to 1500 (300 x 5) emails.
            For Mass Emails
            • You can send mass emails based on your Zoho CRM Edition. 12 AM to 11.59 PM GMT is considered as one day, to calculate the email count.
            • The mass emails per day, per company includes Autoresponders, active email Schedulers, Macros and Mass emails.
            • You can also increase the mass email limit up to 2250 per day, per organization for an additional cost. Please write to us at sales@zohocorp.com to increase your mass email limit.

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            Updated: 28 Sep 2015 03:19 AM
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