How will I be able to send to everyone in my network, when nobody can receive more than 14 messages per week?
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This is a tricky thing to explain over the Internet (if we were having lunch together and I had a pen and some paper, it would be much easier). It is possible to do over the 'net though, so here goes...
Let's imagine a scenario:
A refers B, C, and D.
B refers E, F, G
C refers H, I, J
D refers K, L, M
E refers N, O, P
F refers Q R S
G refers T U V
N refers W X Y, and Z.
Now, A has 25 people below him, so A can message all 25.
Let's take person Z, who's at the bottom though. Who can send to Z? Well, N can, becaue N directly referred Z. Also, E can, because E referred N. Also, B can, and then also, A.
So, only 4 people can email Z, even though it appears that there are so many people "above" him. C cannot email Z, for example.
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