I'd like a public answer for this, we have whitelisted systems and some of
our customers are starting to use their accounts as 'command centers', our
software permits them to mass message members of certain lists. Right now
the biggest list is a dozen and it's used infrequently, but we have
proposals to two organizations with a million plus members and this feature
is something they very specifically want ...

On Sat, Feb 6, 2010 at 1:13 AM, Trevor Sehrer <trevor.seh...@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hey twitter-development-talk,
> I've searched Google and the list's archives for an answer to the following
> question but have yet to find it: do whitelisted user accounts that have
> been whitelisted for 20k API calls/day have higher direct message limits, as
> well?  If so, what are they?  If not, is there a process for getting an
> account whitelisted for higher direct message limits?
> Thanks!
> trevor

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