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We are currently testing a new option that may help people send mail without using a third party service. If you are interested in testing this product, please fill out the interest request form here1. Product Management for the feature may reach out to you.
We are also continuing to make improvements to our system to allow for some customers that have an established relationship with us to apply for an exception to be able to send directly on port 25. There are a number of IP reputation issues that have to be worked through for such a use case, so it should not be considered a common solution that will meet everyone’s needs.
We will have more updates on both of these items over time.
Please... when will this be completed? I can't use your "test product" in a customer-reliant production environment.
Ok so when is this testing going to be completed so we can all have port 25 opened? You've cost me just about $1,000 with this so far, waiting!
When is this going to happen? I'm really very tired of paying $89/mo to Sendgrid while we wait!
Been trying to get my postfix to send on port 587 for hours now. Looks like port 25 may be our only hope.
Thanks, this is a good idea. Our team is looking at making this enhancement.
Hello all, we’re happy to announce that DDoS protection is a feature of our Cloud Armor product, which is currently in Beta. Please check it out here:
We’ve just released a feature to GA which allows you to detach and re-attach boot disks to GCE VMs.
Using this feature, you may now restore a VM from snapshot by:
1. Stopping the instance – (e.g. gcloud compute instances stop INSTANCE_NAME —zone INSTANCE_ZONE)
2. Detaching the boot disk from the VM in question ($ gcloud compute instances detach-disk INSTANCE_NAME —disk DISK_NAME —zone INSTANCE_ZONE)
2. Creating a disk from the snapshot in question
3. Attaching the disk from step 2 to the VM as the boot disk ($ gcloud compute instances attach-disk INSTANCE_NAME —disk NEW_DISK_NAME —boot —zone INSTANCE_ZONE)
After restore, the VM will keep its IP address and other properties (e.g. tags, labels, etc.).
See more info about the feature in the docs:
Down the road, we’re also planning to improve this flow to be “one-click easy.” More updates to come.
Thanks, good suggestions. We’re currently revamping quota management, and users might notice we’ve launched a new page under the IAM Admin section of the console (and the old page points there with a link). Over time we expect to make further improvements to help people understand how these quotas interact, and “what you need to do what.”
Thanks, we’re considering this use case.
Thanks for the continued input on this item. We are taking a further look at this request, but it is not currently scheduled for implementation (we work in priority order, taking feedback from customers, here, and other sources).
Thanks for your feedback. The current pricing reflects the actual costs of resources you consume. Many website operators do know these metrics quite well, but we’re always looking at how we can simplify things.