I want a more invitations limit. Because I have a network of Education
related and my university based on online education where all the
students have a unique email address from the virtual university of
Now these day university have opened the new admission for Fall 2010
& university have got the almost 15000 to 20000 new admission in the
semester. so I want to invite all of them new admitted students to my
network as you know my network is purely study related where students
get together & discuss to each other about study related matter..
But I have only the limit of 5000 invitations. :-(
But I want more I have all the email address of new admitted students..
so please please increase the my invitation limit..
I guess I just don't understand the reasoning behind the limits. If it is a method to improve spam control, it is not working. At least with Yahoo. Every single ning-related email sent to a yahoo account is sent to the spam folder.
The limits are designed to improve the reputation of the emails that Ning sends out so that they're less likely to be blocked or marked as spam. This isn't an instantaneous thing; it will take time, and the current results are indicative of us not having controls in place until recently.
Phil--any way to set it up where members can have unlimited invites, but instead of the invites being sent from our network, the invites/emails addresses are only stored in our member management area? Then as NC's we request these email addresses in a CSV format and then send out the invites ourselves thru an outside email method. So more of an email collection method, similar to when people sign up for newsletters. That way we got more invites sent out. So when people submit their invites t collects the email addresses but does not send out te invite. It adds an extra step for us as NC's, but it helps send out more invites that are less likely to go to spam folders, while at the same time helping ning's spam reputation.
My initial thought is that if there's a delay in sending invites out, your members may just think it doesn't work; you also might lose the benefit of having the person invited by someone they know. But it's an intriguing idea.