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Wed, Sep 06, 2017 11:57 pm

GoDaddy continues to show "Loading..." when composing email

Someone who uses GoDaddy for her email reported to me today that she couldn't send email. I logged into her account from another system and was able to send email to myself. When I notified her that I had been able to send email from her acount to myself, she sent an email to me, but reported it was still stating "loading" when she hit the send button. So tonight I logged into her system and opened the Firefox browser, since she uses that browser to send and receive email. When I clicked on Compose, I saw a "Loading..." message in the body of the email that wouldn't go away unless I clicked on the Plain Text tab to switch from "Rich Text", which allows one to format text in the message with bolding, font colors, etc., to "Plain Text". But when I switched back to "Rich Text", I had problems typing my email address in the "To" field with only one letter appearing in the "To" field no matter how many letters I typed.

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Thu, Jan 12, 2017 10:13 pm

Whitelisting email from a sender or domain using GoDaddy's email service

If you are using Godaddy's email service and email sent from a particular sender isn't showing up in your inbox, check the bulk mail folder, since there is a possibility that the mail was treated as junk email and placed there. To keep email from a particular sender from being subjected to checks that may result in email from that sender going into the bulk mail folder or never appearing in any folder in your account, you can add the sender's email address to a list of whitelisted email addresses, i.e., ones that won't undergo the normal checks to ascertain if the email is email spam, which can sometimes result in false positives, i.e., a legitimate email you would want to receive is mistakenly classified as spam by a software algorithm that checks all incoming email. To whitelist an email address or an entire domain, e.g., all email from any email address at, take the following steps while logged into your GoDaddy email account through the web interface to your email account.

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Fri, May 01, 2009 11:40 am

Maximum Number of Email Recipients Allowed by GoDaddy offers email hosting service for domains. The maximum number of recipients that the GoDaddy email servers will permit for any one email message is 100. If you have more than 100 recipients, you will need to split the recipient list and send multiple copies of an email message.


  1. Email Account Limitations
    Last Updated: August 29, 2008
    GoDaddy Help Center

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Thu, Jun 26, 2008 10:05 pm

Maximum Email Size Allowed by GoDaddy offers email hosting service for domains. The maximum message size GoDaddy permits for email accounts hosted on their email servers is 30 MB. The maximum size allowed for an attachment to a message is 20 MB. The total combined size of the file attachment and the contents of the email message itself cannot exceed the 30MB limit.


  1. What is the maximum attachment size I can send through my email account?
    Last Updated: April 24, 2007
    GoDaddy Help Center

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