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Don't know about a trigger, but if you control the webhook, you can keep a counter on the webhook side and then return an error after n number of requests. Of course this won't stop the webhook from being called, but it will stop it from modifying/launching anything.
Thanks for the tip, Sanford! Unfortunately, the purpose of our webhooks in most cases is to pass data to clients!
Hmm, well... I am the adventurous sort so I would probably run everything through my proxy server and do the counting there. I guess short of that you'd have to tell them to program in the maximum. What is the reason they don't want all the 'hooks to hit their server?