Compare Gmail features across Google Workspace editions

Gmail features and capabilities are different depending on which subscription type you have. Use the tables below to compare available editions.

Compare Gmail features

Email addresses and mailing lists

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  Business Starter Business Standard Business Plus
Your email address (you@yourcompany.com)
Additional addresses per user (sales@yourcompany.com)
Addresses at multiple domains (you@company2.com)
Mailing lists (administrator controlled)
Mailing lists (user controlled)

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Email usage and limits

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  Business Starter Business Standard Business Plus
Email storage (shared with documents and photos) 30 GB 2TB 5TB
Attachment size limit (sending) 25 MB
Attachment size limit (receiving) 50 MB
Recipients per message (To, Cc, Bcc fields combined)  2,000 (500 external)
Unique recipients per day. Each unique address counts once

3,000 (2,000 external, 500 external for trial accounts) 

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Email security and compliance

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  Business Starter Business Standard Business Plus
Junk email filtering and virus blocking
Gmail ads turned off
Custom filtering and content policies
Email and chat retention policies
Allowed IP addresses
User-managed denylists
Enforced compliance footers
Option to disable IMAP/POP access
Vault for email/IM eDiscovery and archiving    

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Advanced email delivery options

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  Business Starter Business Standard Business Plus
Catch-all address
Email routing options for split and dual delivery 
Inbound gateway
Outbound gateway (for entire domain)
Outbound relay server (for alternative From: addresses)
Receiving from multiple POP addresses 

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