You can follow https://kb.mailwizz.com/articles/debug-send-campaigns-command/ and see what is going on.
In one of our tests, we achieved 700 emails/second, so i really doubt the issue is on mailwizz's side.
I understand what you mean, but giving your same case, we could end up never finding a delivery server to send the campaign and then the campaigns would be stuck in sending mode forever, that's our problem.
Our advice is to not use gmail for bulk sending emails because at some point they might block you and their service is really not meant for bulk mailing.
To reply to your above question, if it works, it works, there's no drawback.
@carloscortes - This is because things changed meanwhile, if you take a look at the homepage, there is actually no logo anywhere, just the writing you set from backend > settings > common.
Here's an article on how to customize the landing page...
@serbanovvostrov - we just updated dependencies and it seems aws pushed an update for the php library:
- Removing aws/aws-sdk-php (3.155.3)
- Installing aws/aws-sdk-php (3.158.12)
So in the next release, we will have this library update, which might fix your issue.
We cannot reproduce this currently, which makes it difficult to trouble shoot.
I see in your other post that you get an error related to the region, so that might be the reason, once you use the correct details for the correct region and validate the server, i think this error will go away as...
Please follow https://kb.mailwizz.com/articles/adding-a-new-amazon-ses-delivery-server-web-api/ to the letter and you'll be fine.
If you read the error message it should make sense to you what's wrong.
The message says that mailwizz tried it's best to deliver your message using the available delivery servers, but at some point it decided that it isn't possible and just gave up.
So i think it's because of the way domain policies were setup and maybe a combination with delivery server quota...
We're working on sub-accounts, which is actually the last thing we have to have done before releasing 2.x.
So once this is done, a master account can have sub-accounts which will have access to all the master account lists, features, etc,.
DNS propagation might take a while so you might need to wait a but longer till you send your emails.
To answer your question, what happens is outside mailwizz's support, basically gmail servers check your domain and see you don't have all the dns records there and because of that, they reject...