Sharing maps with people who are not yet Mindmanager users with an invitaiton to sign up

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I want to share a map with two people from a client company who are not yet Mindmanager users. They've seen a map I created about their company and are impressed. We agreed that they will sign up for the trial version for now so they can look at and edit it to prepare to present it to a wider audience in the company. If others are as impressed as they are, they will initiate the purchase of the software for the company. When I tried to share the map with them, I got a message that the emails were not sent because "your license quota for sharing was exceeded". What does this mean?
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Kathy Lewis

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Posted 6 years ago

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Brittney Mazzetta

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Hi Kathy. Thank you for your inquiry. This link: http://www.mindjet.com/pdf/us/MJConne... may help you to better understand the differences between Connect Basic and Connect Business. With a Connect Basic account, you can share and co-edit 2 maps with other Connect Basic users. Have you already shared 2 maps with other users?
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I also try to share 2 maps with guests from another company, but it seems they do not get the invitation that I send. The sharing info keeps on status pending.

I use the Mindjet Basic version at the moment.
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Brittney Mazzetta

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Have the individuals that you shared your maps with accepted the invitation and created accounts? Ask them to make sure that they received the email and if not, have them check their junk folder.
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We solved it somehow by changing email addresses back an forth. It appears that invitations are simply not received, maybe due to network settings or network spam filter.
I had not problem receiving invitations from them, because I work at home and don't use a sophisticated spam filter other that on my own computer.

Thanks for the tip.

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