Twitter uses this error not only for stuff that you would excpet to be
forbidden, but als for other actions that are probably unintended.
Other examples are favoriting a tweet you already favorited, trying to
follow a user you're already following, etc. The error is usually also
accompanied by an error message, which will tell you why you are
getting the error.

On May 11, 6:34 am, manjunath hindupur <mhindu...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Scenario like :
>
> i want post same message twice in a same account, if i Try to send
> same message twice by using API.. getting error Like below : The
> remote server returned an error: (403) Forbidden.
>
> its right behavior or Bug?

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