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Excessive Inventory Sent


Fred Allandale
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Why am I getting the following message?:  "Second Life: Objects you own in <region name> have sent out excessive inventory and their offers have been temporarily deactivated. The last inventory offer sent was from <object name>.

The <object name> is a mailing list object that sends out newsletters to a list of subscribed customers.  This object has been in use for years and this week was the first time it had this problem.  is there some new limit imposed on the maximum send rate for inventory items?  I am aware that there is a limit of 5000 IMs per hour, but this only applies to IMs, not inventory items.  I can find no reference to any send rate limits for the llGiveInventory() function in the LSL Portal.  If there is a new limit that has been recently imposed, what is it?

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Actually, there is a limit of sorts, and it's been there for years.  When a script gives inventory to an avatar, it stalls for 2 seconds.  That's an anti-griefer measure, to keep people from spamming with bogus vendor boxes.  Often the way around that, as with the throttle limit on IMs that you mentioned, is to have the vendor send its initial gift to several slave vendors, which then split up the mailing list so that they can all be sending at once.  Still, my guess is that somebody on your mailing list may have filed an AR, claiming that you were spamming them, so LL shut you down.

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