The "silence" Module

Description

This module adds the /SILENCE command which allows users to ignore other users on server-side.

Configuration

To load this module use the following <module> tag:

<module name="silence">

<silence>

The <silence> tag defines settings about how the silence module should behave. This tag can only be defined once.

Name Type Default Value Description
exemptuline Boolean Yes Whether services on U-lined servers are exempt from silences.
maxentries Number 32 The maximum number of entries that can be on a /SILENCE list.

Example Usage

<silence exemptuline="yes"
         maxentries="32">

Commands

Name Parameter Count Syntax Description
SILENCE 1-2 [(+|-)<mask> [<flags>]] Allows users to add users to their /SILENCE list, remove users from their /SILENCE list, and list users on their /SILENCE list.

The flags in the second parameter should be set to one of the following values:

Flag Description
C Matches a CTCP targeted at a user.
c Matches a CTCP targeted at a channel.
d Default behaviour; equivalent to CciNnPpTt.
i Matches an invite to a channel.
N Matches a NOTICE targeted at a user.
n Matches a NOTICE targeted at a channel.
P Matches a PRIVMSG targeted at a user.
p Matches a PRIVMSG targeted at a channel.
T Matches a TAGMSG targeted at a user.
t Matches a TAGMSG targeted at a channel.
x Exempt the mask from silence rules.

Example Usage

Adds a /SILENCE entry which blocks all possible messages from users matching *!*@example.com:

/SILENCE *!*@example.com

Adds a /SILENCE entry which exempts all possible messages from users matching *!*@exempt.example.com:

/SILENCE *!*@exempt.example.com x

Removes a /SILENCE entry which blocked private NOTICE, PRIVMSG, and TAGMSG messages from users matching *!*@example.com:

/SILENCE *!*@example.com NPT

View all entries on the /SILENCE list:

/SILENCE