Added in 3.8
/protect [-lrw] <on|off|nick|address> [#channel1,#channel2,...] [type] [network]
Adds/removes/lists users from the protect list.
Users on the protect list are re-opped if someone else de-ops them.
/protect with no parameters shows $true if protect is enabled, otherwise $false.
See also $protect, /aop, /avoice, $aop, $avoice.
|-l||Prints all protect users.|
|-r||Removes a address from the protect list. (if no address is specified, clears the protect list)|
|-w||Indicate the protect should be enabled on all networks.|
|on||Turns protect on.|
|off||Turns protect off.|
|address||The address or nick to add/remove from the protect list.|
|[#channel1,#channel2,...]||List of channels to protect in.|
|[type]||A number representing a $mask to use. (if user is not found in the internal address list, a lookup is performed)|
|[network]||The network to protect in.|
; Adds 'firstname.lastname@example.org' to the protect list on the channel '#channel' /protect email@example.com #channel ; Adds 'nick!*@*' to the protect list on any channel. /protect nick ; Remove 'firstname.lastname@example.org' from the protect list. /protect -r email@example.com
Updated by Per Amundsen about 1 month ago · 6 revisions