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  • xadduser
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  • xban


  • ADD a specific *!*userid@host to X's channel banlist (alias for /msg x ban <#channel> <nick|*!*userid@host> [duration] [level] [reason]). If the user is online, you can specify their nick, and X will automatically ban the *!*userid@host for that user. Bans that cover a broader range than previously set bans will replace the previous bans. Any user in the channel who matches the ban will also be kicked if the ban level is 75+. If the banned user has Undernet's "virtual hostmask" (user mode +x) enabled, X is able to see through it to their actual host, so banning their username via *!*@username.* will also ban their actual host.

    Syntax chan: !xban <$nick|$host> [$duration] [$level] [$reason]
    Syntax msg: /msg <BotNick> xban <#chan> <$nick|$host> [$duration] [$level] [$reason]

    Description:

    $nick - the user's nick to ban.
    $host - hostmask to ban.

    $duration - ban's duration, in hours, with a maximum of 336 hours (2 weeks). If invalaid or no duration is specified - the default of 3 hours will be used.

    $level - the ban level can range from 1 to BOT's own level (499 max). If invalid or no level is specified - the default 75 level will be used.

    $reason - reason/comments or any wish :), 128 characters max. If no reason is specified - "No Reason" will be used as default.

    Example: !xban niqu 27 270 test ban or /msg DELPHINUS xban #a&a niqu 27 270 test ban
    Example: !xban *!*@edyy.users.undernet.org or !xban edyy 100 blabla

    Note: see also the commands xunban & xkick.

  • xunban
  • xkick
  • xvoice
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  • xdescription
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