I once asked if it was possible to up it, and they seemed to be okay with it, so long as I met their strict anti-spam criteria. I didn’t look much further into the matter, but it definitely seemed like it was doable. The best thing to do would be to ask them:
P.S. this is the email they sent me:
We have recently initiated an anti spam trap of 200 emails per hour via
shell/php/ror due to high levels of spam and phishing coming from our
If you plan to use this account for bulk email purposes, we will first
need to ascertain that your usage is consistent with our anti- spam
policy, which you can review here:
The most important aspects of this policy, which we would like you to
Whether or not you have used an opt-in confirmation process (not to
be confused with regular ‘opt-in’) for all of your your list’s
subscribers. This is a process wherein each person who signs up for your
list is sent an email after subscribing with a tagged link in it that
they must click on before being added to the list. Those who do not
click on the link are not added, and receive no further bulk email.
Whether you log each confirmation with the date/time and IP address
associated with that confirmation.
Where we may go to independently review your opt-in confirmation
Also, we would like to know where we may sign up for your mailing list
in order to test out its opt-in confirmation functionality.
If your bulk email usage is not in compliance with these policies, we
must ask that you cease any bulk email activity immediately until you
have become compliant. The easiest way to do that is to use our
Announcement list feature, which you can access here:
The Announcement list feature handles the opt-in confirmation and
logging aspects of the policy for you, so that you don’t have to.
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