On Tue Nov 16, 2021 at 2:49 PM CET, Konstantin Ryabitsev wrote: > We do have the maxi plan for linux.dev, and we *have* hit limits. The > Migadu folks have been extremely accommodating for us, so it's not > been a huge deal thus far, but I'm not sure if the relaxed > restrictions they've put in place are just for the linux.dev domain or > now apply globally. For example, sending large patch series (20+) used > to trip up Migadu's outgoing rate limit for too much mail sent at > once. We've not hit that error for a while, so I assume they've > relaxed that restriction either just for linux.dev, or perhaps > globally. > > It's important to keep in mind that the overall outgoing/incoming > limits are per account, not per mailbox. Not a huge deal for personal > use, but quickly adds up for setups like we have, which is why we ask > folks not to subscribe to busy lists (see #4 in the list of our > requirements here: > https://www.kernel.org/doc/projects/korg/linuxdev.html#rules-and-restrictions) > > Overall, Migadu is a good recommendation for individual developer > accounts, but may be too restricting for maintainers that do end up > sending huge amounts of mail. Gmail or Fastmail could be better > options for those folks. I'm surprised to learn that linux.dev is using Migadu rather than its own infrastructure. I would only recommend it for personal use. I will say that I have also occasionally hit Migadu's limits, but they have been accomodating in loosening them for legitimate use when asked.