So for example a user using your butler application can only broadcast
a single DM to 250 people a day. Is that correct?

Thanks,

Matt

On Sep 1, 1:01 am, "Dean Collins" <d...@cognation.net> wrote:
> if they are logging in as their account they can only send 250 Direct 
> Messages per day.
>
> http://help.twitter.com/forums/10713/entries/14959
>
> Last year, Twitter imposed reasonable limits to help prevent system and user 
> abuse.  (You can read more about that here 
> <http://twitter.zendesk.com/forums/10711/entries/15364>  ) If you hit a 
> Twitter limit, we will tell you by showing an error message in your browser 
> when you try to perform an action. If you've hit a limit, it means you've 
> exceeded one of these limits:
>
> *       1,000 updates per day
>
> *       250 direct messages per day
>
> *       150 API requests per hour
>
> Cheers,
> Dean Collinswww.MyTwitterButler.com<http://www.MyTwitterButler.com>  
>
> ________________________________
>
> From: twitter-development-talk@googlegroups.com on behalf of Matthew
> Sent: Tue 1/09/2009 12:27 AM
> To: Twitter Development Talk
> Subject: [twitter-dev] Whitelist DM limit Question
>
> I'm developing an application and I need to find out how the DM limit
> will work if I get it Whitelisted.
>
> Does the expanded DM limit for whitelisted applications only apply to
> DM's directly from the account associated with the application that
> has been whitelisted, or does it apply to an account that uses my
> application?
>
> For example if my application is linked to my account named
> MyDmAccount and a user with an account called SomeUser uses my
> application to send DMs. Can SomeUser send an increased amount of DMs
> through my application, or does the allowed increase in DMs only apply
> to DMs send directly from MyDmAccount?
>
> Trying to design this application to stay within the lines and need to
> figure this out before moving forward.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Matt
>
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