FrontlineSMS let users send, receive and manage SMS over a mobile network.

I'm not sure this is possible, but I was wondering if anyone knows of a way to automatically disable keywords after they are used to send a certain number of messages (instead of after a certain date). I want to give different groups access to a FrontlineSMS system via keywords, but don't want them to be able to use more than a certain amount of credit each, so I thought that disabling their keyword when the exceeded their credit use could be a way to do this. 


Thanks for any insights!



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Hi Rachel


Nice idea! But sadly right now - as you note - FrontlineSMS can only disable a keyword once it's activation date has passed. I can certainly push the idea to our developer team (who may be able to consider it for future releases) but that wouldn't happen for a while. Unfortunately I can't think of anything else you could try here.



Thanks Ken! I assumed that was the case but thought I'd double check :) We will go for the manual monitoring for now!




You could do this right now with external commands, if you have someone who can write a script or two...

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