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New Gmail account. Can’t email 100 people

I just created a new free Gmail account.  I have to email about 100 people. When I’m trying to do it it won’t go through. No one has received any of my messages. Is there a reason why? I would think it’s under the limit.
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What reason does gmail give for declining to send the messages?

(gmail probably thinks that 100 messages on a brand-new account is an indicator of use-once, throw-away spamming.)
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No reason at all. I just know that none of the recipients had received anything.  It’s been over an hour
I did not get any returned message
Here’s a little bit more info

I tried emailing just one person and it goes through. Then I decreased it to 25 people and it did not go through for the 25.
That is very likely to be gmail's anti-spam filters kicking in.

I suspect that you will need to send email to one recipient at a time until your account has been established for some time and no spam issues have been associated with it.
What if I add everybody as contacts?
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that’s was it!
interesting thing is I was able to send email to at least one person. Once I started adding a bunch of emails it wouldn’t go until I had the recovery number verified.  FYI.