It looks like LinkedIn is paying up big time over those many annoying emails. The social media network for professionals has agreed to pay $13 million to users for its Add Connections feature.

According to the Daily Dot, the court found that users did not consent to the additional reminder emails sent after the original connection requests. As a result, LinkedIn users with accounts between September 2011 and October 2014 are likely qualify for a payout. Unfortunately for those bombarded with the emails and didn’t sign up, they are ineligible.

The lawsuit won’t be the end of those "I'd like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn" emails. The social media site will warn users of follow-up emails and continue to send them. The site released a statement to Business Insider to further explain the settlement:

LinkedIn recently settled a lawsuit concerning its Add Connections product. In the lawsuit, a number of false accusations were made against LinkedIn. Based on its review of LinkedIn's product, the Court agreed that these allegations were false and found that LinkedIn's members gave permission to share their email contacts with LinkedIn and to send invitations to connect on LinkedIn. Because the Court also suggested that we could be more clear about the fact that we send reminder emails about pending invitations from LinkedIn members, we have made changes to our product and Privacy Policy. Ultimately, we decided to resolve this case so that we can put our focus where it matters most: finding additional ways to improve our members' experiences on LinkedIn. In doing so, we will continue to be guided by our core value — putting our Members First.

The settlement hasn’t been approved by the court yet, but users can find more information about the lawsuit on a website set up by the company. Individuals who want to file a claim must do so by December 14.