Frequently Asked Questions

That’s correct! You can always buy more GMonster proxies on our website, so the amount of daily emails is totally up to you.

Because Gmail trusts Gmail. Domains and SMTP server ips get banned / blocked pretty easily. Properly warmed up accounts won’t face this issue. Just think about it: the sending happens through Gmail SMTP servers. Why would Gmail block it’s own servers? Even if accounts fail to deliver, you can just delete them and continue with new ones.

No, they are not included. That said, it’s pretty easy to create them manually (use proxies or TOR browser) and use an SMS verification service like smspva.com. Make sure every account is created through a different IP to minimize the risk of bans.

Yes they are.

It depends on the amount of Gmail accounts you wish to use for sending. The calculator counts a maximum of 10 accounts per proxy. The basic subscription ($29 per month) includes 2 proxies.

The software only works with GMonster proxies

If a proxy is malfunctioning when you receive it or it stops working for some reason, then yes. However, we are unable to replace it if it’s banned / blocked by Gmail because of your activities.

No we don’t. These are fresh dedicated proxies created just for you. When a subscription ends, the associated proxies are deleted.

The software doesn’t work without proxies.

The software only runs on Windows for now.

Maybe some of them. Though the software has nothing to do with that. It totally depends on how you use your accounts.
Some useful tips:

  • Always warm up accounts properly. You might think it’s a good idea to send out 50 emails per account on the first day, but it’s not. Start slowly and increase the number of emails each day.
  • Allow accounts to cool down. That is why the A and B groups were implemented, so accounts can rest.
  • Don’t use the cheapest sms verification numbers. The number one reason why accounts get deleted is because they are being verified by numbers other spammers use too. Try to pick a number from a country like France, UK, Germany or USA. Those numbers might be a bit more expensive, but they’re worth it on the long run.
  • Use spintax and customization tools to make your emails unique
  • Set longer delay times, especially if you are planning to send out more than 50 emails per account.
  • Don’t use more than 10 accounts on 1 IP. The less, the safer.
  • Always keep your email lists clean and bounced

What Gmail takes into consideration is the active engagement of your account. This means, that it’s not enough just to increase the outgoing emails each day, but you need incoming emails as well, and active conversations too so the replies play a huge role in it as well. We recommend that you send out emails that encourage replies.

We are currently working on an automatic solution for the process, which is going to be a free feature for every subscriber.

Until then, the best practices for warming up Gmail accounts are the following:

  • For 3-4 days send only 1-2 email per account
  • Send a few to some of your other personal accounts and reply to them.
  • Subscribe to 2-3 newsletters
  • Create a few social accounts
  • After the first couple of days start slowly increasing the amount of outgoing emails. Send out 5 emails per account for a few days, then 10, then 15, then 20 etc.

If you warm up your accounts properly, treat them well and avoid spammy content, they are going to be capable of sending more than 50 daily

No contracts or hidden fees. We run our business the right way

We accept Credit / Debit cards and Paypal.

Log in > Subscriptions > Actions > Cancel

Alternatively, send an email to [email protected] or use Contact in the menu.

If the software doesn’t run or function as advertised, you can ask for a refund.
We are unable to issue refunds in case of hitting daily sending limits, blocked emails, banned Gmail accounts or landing in the spam folder. By using the website and / or purchasing a service you agree that these events solely depend on how you use the software, however it’s not the software’s bug / glitch, it’s not a malfunction or the creators’ fault.
We do not issue a refund after banned Gmail accounts and we don’t replace banned Gmail accounts.

Sure, shoot an email to [email protected] or use the contact form below.

  • Error at downloading email – b'[ALERT] Invalid credentials (Failure) – This can occur if a. ‘Less secure apps’ is disabled in the security section of your Google account settings or b. POP and IMAP is disabled in your Gmail settings. Make sure to enable these for all your accounts
  • Error at downloading email – Socket error: 0x05: Connection refused – This is a proxy issue, the server is probably temporarily down. Try again in 10-20 minutes. If this issue keeps recurring, please contact support.
  • Error at downloading email – b'[ALERT] Please log in via your web browser: https://support.google.com/mail/accounts/answer/78754 (Failure) This can occur if a. you hit the download email button too many times. It is recommended not to check your emails more than once in every 10 minutes. And again, b. ‘Less secure apps’ is disabled in the security section of your Google account settings or c. POP and IMAP is disabled in your Gmail settings. Make sure to enable these for all your accounts or d. The account needs phone or email verification. Use Firefox and FoxyProxy plugin to log into your account through the account’s proxy
  • If you receive errors regarding blocked messages or hitting the daily limits: Warm up your accounts before using them! This is very important or you’ll run into many troubles. Don’t try to send out 50 messages per account on the first day. Start with 1, then five, then 10 etc. increase the amount daily.
  • If you tried everything and still receive authentication errors while sending or downloading: Instead of enabling “Less secure app access” in the security options, enable 2 factor authentication. The downside of this is that you will have to phone verify your account again. However, after enabling 2FA you can set “App password” for login purposes for third party apps. Select ‘Mail’ and ‘Windows computer’ from the dropdown menu and you will receive a randomly generated password. Save that. That is going to be the new password GMonster will use to log into your account.
  • Error at test send – single positional indexer is out-of-bounds – You probably forgot to save a database or left some fields empty. Correct it, save it, reload db.
  • Warm up your accounts! This can’t be emphasized enough. Increase the number of emails daily, starting from only 1 email on the first day.
  • Set large delay intervals – Especially if you are planning on sending out more than 100 emails per account and tens of thousands of emails altogether, it is crucial that you spread sending time out to cover multiple hours or even the whole day in some cases.
  • Use complex spintax variables in your emails (not nested though) – The more unique each email is, the lower the chance of raising flags.
  • Don’t use more than 10 accounts on 1 ip.

Frequently Asked Questions

That’s correct! You can always buy more GMonster proxies on our website, so the amount of daily emails is totally up to you.

Because Gmail trusts Gmail. Domains and SMTP server ips get banned / blocked pretty easily. Properly warmed up accounts won’t face this issue. Just think about it: the sending happens through Gmail SMTP servers. Why would Gmail block it’s own servers? Even if accounts fail to deliver, you can just delete them and continue with new ones.

No, they are not included. That said, it’s pretty easy to create them manually (use proxies or TOR browser) and use an SMS verification service like smspva.com. Make sure every account is created through a different IP to minimize the risk of bans.

Yes they are.

It depends on the amount of Gmail accounts you wish to use for sending. The calculator counts a maximum of 10 accounts per proxy. The basic subscription ($29 per month) includes 2 proxies.

The software only works with GMonster proxies

If a proxy is malfunctioning when you receive it or it stops working for some reason, then yes. However, we are unable to replace it if it’s banned / blocked by Gmail because of your activities.

No we don’t. These are fresh dedicated proxies created just for you. When a subscription ends, the associated proxies are deleted.

The software doesn’t work without proxies.

The software only runs on Windows for now.

Maybe some of them. Though the software has nothing to do with that. It totally depends on how you use your accounts.
Some useful tips:

  • Always warm up accounts properly. You might think it’s a good idea to send out 50 emails per account on the first day, but it’s not. Start slowly and increase the number of emails each day.
  • Allow accounts to cool down. That is why the A and B groups were implemented, so accounts can rest.
  • Don’t use the cheapest sms verification numbers. The number one reason why accounts get deleted is because they are being verified by numbers other spammers use too. Try to pick a number from a country like France, UK, Germany or USA. Those numbers might be a bit more expensive, but they’re worth it on the long run.
  • Use spintax and customization tools to make your emails unique
  • Set longer delay times, especially if you are planning to send out more than 50 emails per account.
  • Don’t use more than 10 accounts on 1 IP. The less, the safer.
  • Always keep your email lists clean and bounced

What Gmail takes into consideration is the active engagement of your account. This means, that it’s not enough just to increase the outgoing emails each day, but you need incoming emails as well, and active conversations too so the replies play a huge role in it as well. We recommend that you send out emails that encourage replies.

We are currently working on an automatic solution for the process, which is going to be a free feature for every subscriber.

Until then, the best practices for warming up Gmail accounts are the following:

  • For 3-4 days send only 1-2 email per account
  • Send a few to some of your other personal accounts and reply to them.
  • Subscribe to 2-3 newsletters
  • Create a few social accounts
  • After the first couple of days start slowly increasing the amount of outgoing emails. Send out 5 emails per account for a few days, then 10, then 15, then 20 etc.

If you warm up your accounts properly, treat them well and avoid spammy content, they are going to be capable of sending more than 50 daily

No contracts or hidden fees. We run our business the right way

We accept Credit / Debit cards and Paypal.

Log in > Subscriptions > Actions > Cancel

Alternatively, send an email to [email protected] or use Contact in the menu.

If the software doesn’t run or function as advertised, you can ask for a refund.
We are unable to issue refunds in case of hitting daily sending limits, blocked emails, banned Gmail accounts or landing in the spam folder. By using the website and / or purchasing a service you agree that these events solely depend on how you use the software, however it’s not the software’s bug / glitch, it’s not a malfunction or the creators’ fault.
We do not issue a refund after banned Gmail accounts and we don’t replace banned Gmail accounts.

Sure, shoot an email to [email protected] or use the contact form below.

  • Error at downloading email – b'[ALERT] Invalid credentials (Failure) – This can occur if a. ‘Less secure apps’ is disabled in the security section of your Google account settings or b. POP and IMAP is disabled in your Gmail settings. Make sure to enable these for all your accounts
  • Error at downloading email – Socket error: 0x05: Connection refused – This is a proxy issue, the server is probably temporarily down. Try again in 10-20 minutes. If this issue keeps recurring, please contact support.
  • Error at downloading email – b'[ALERT] Please log in via your web browser: https://support.google.com/mail/accounts/answer/78754 (Failure) This can occur if a. you hit the download email button too many times. It is recommended not to check your emails more than once in every 10 minutes. And again, b. ‘Less secure apps’ is disabled in the security section of your Google account settings or c. POP and IMAP is disabled in your Gmail settings. Make sure to enable these for all your accounts or d. The account needs phone or email verification. Use Firefox and FoxyProxy plugin to log into your account through the account’s proxy
  • If you receive errors regarding blocked messages or hitting the daily limits: Warm up your accounts before using them! This is very important or you’ll run into many troubles. Don’t try to send out 50 messages per account on the first day. Start with 1, then five, then 10 etc. increase the amount daily.
  • If you tried everything and still receive authentication errors while sending or downloading: Instead of enabling “Less secure app access” in the security options, enable 2 factor authentication. The downside of this is that you will have to phone verify your account again. However, after enabling 2FA you can set “App password” for login purposes for third party apps. Select ‘Mail’ and ‘Windows computer’ from the dropdown menu and you will receive a randomly generated password. Save that. That is going to be the new password GMonster will use to log into your account.
  • Error at test send – single positional indexer is out-of-bounds – You probably forgot to save a database or left some fields empty. Correct it, save it, reload db.
  • Warm up your accounts! This can’t be emphasized enough. Increase the number of emails daily, starting from only 1 email on the first day.
  • Set large delay intervals – Especially if you are planning on sending out more than 100 emails per account and tens of thousands of emails altogether, it is crucial that you spread sending time out to cover multiple hours or even the whole day in some cases.
  • Use complex spintax variables in your emails (not nested though) – The more unique each email is, the lower the chance of raising flags.
  • Don’t use more than 10 accounts on 1 ip.