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Using Google Chrome, I tried to invite a user to join I was promptly informed that that e-mail address had already received an invitation. At that point, the "Full Name" field's value was overwritten with the rejected e-mail from the "Email address" field. Later on, when I sent an invitation to a different address, the invite succeeded and a new entry was added to the "Previously sent invitations" table. Unfortunately, the table replaced the user's name with his e-mail address (i.e. " <>").

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Thanks for pointing this out, fix coming shortly! – Max Feb 25 '13 at 14:34
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Fixed! Invitations now use the "Full Name" (if provided).

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