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My understanding of gmail, being a user, is if you use an e-mail client like Outlook or a similar program you are limited to 50 e-mails per day. If you use gmail's web interface it is 500 per day. They do not say much about the limits but after going to their forums and reading past postings that was what I was able to find out and when I sent out two mailings I was informed I had exceeded the daily limit and was locked out the rest of the day which is a 24 hour period from when you get locked out.
A long time ago I accessed the web and mail services through cable. The cable company became unreasonably restrictive. I eventually switched to a 'business account' through Bell. With a dedicated IP I can now send to my various private domains without port or volume issues.