It is a common problem in the sales industry that Gmail accounts get suspended. This might be due to multiple reasons.
It is annoying but the solution is rather simple and there is no long-term effect to your email address nor domain reputation.
How did this happen?
There might be multiple reasons why this happened:
- If you or someone else accessed your Gmail account on a different location with a different IP address, Google can pick this up as odd behavior.
- If multiple people over a short period of time marked the email you sent them as spam, the algorithms might want to avoid.
- If Google picks up on unusual spikes of activity. You can read more about in this article - Daily Volume Best Practices
Step 1 - Reactivate
Google automatically notified the admin of the G-suite account that an account has been suspended.
- If you are not the admin: You can ask your admin to reactivate your account. You can also ask them about the reported reason for the account suspension.
- If you are the admin you can restore your account. It’s an easy and straightforward process:
Go to Google Suite Users click on the suspended user Reactivate
If the Reactivate option isn't available, you must wait up to 24 hours before the limits are reset automatically. During this time, the user can still use other Google services. This happens when your account has been suspended for 5+ times during the same calendar year.
Step 2 - Monitor outbound traffic
After an account suspension we suggest you keep your volume low for at least one week - 10 to 20 emails per day - and monitor the results.
You can also test whether you are having spam related problems by doing a quick test. Send a couple of emails to a number of @gmail addresses and check whether your email has landed in their spam folder.
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