Bans, quiets and invite and ban exemptions conventionally accept the format
[email protected]. On freenode another syntax, known as "extban", is accepted.
These entries have the general format
$X:data. Optionally, they can
be negated with a tilde (
~) before the character: for example,
every user that is not identified to services.
|Match users identified to the account specified in the parameter. Accepts wildcards; an empty $a matches any logged-in user.|
(cannot join other channel)
|Takes an exact channel name (no wildcards or globbing) as its parameter and matches any user who is banned from that channel. Due to caching by the server, a change to the target channel's ban list may not immediately affect a user's ability to send to the channel using $j.|
|Matches on a client's ircname, or gecos. The parameter accepts wildcards. For example:
|Takes a parameter that is matched against a client's full [email protected]#gecos. The parameter accepts wildcards. For example,
|Accepts no parameters. Matches users who are connected via SSL/TLS.|