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The "silence" Module (v4)

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
exemptservice Boolean Yes Whether services servers are exempt from silences.
maxentries Number 32 The maximum number of entries that can be on a /SILENCE list.
Example Usage
<silence exemptservice="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