Server Options » History » Revision 17

Revision 16 (Per Amundsen, 05/07/2019 07:10 PM) → Revision 17/21 (Per Amundsen, 06/17/2019 08:23 AM)


 h1. Server Options 

 h1. Server 

 h2. Use new Serverlist 

 Enables or disables the new serverlist. 

 _Old and new [[Serverlist Dialog|Serverlist]] can still be accessed with the [[/serverlist]] command._ 

 h2. Reconnect on server disconnect 

 if enabled, AdiIRC will try reconnect when remote connection is disconnected. 

 h2. Reconnect on resume from sleep 

 If enabled, AdiIRC will when resuming from sleep, try to reconnect all servers which was previously connected when going to sleep. 

 h2. Save open servers on exit and autoconnect them on next restart 

 If enabled, AdiIRC will on exit save all open servers in the serverlist and mark them for autoconnect on next startup. 

 _A right-click menu for [[Treebar_Control|Treebar]]/[[Switchbar_Control|Switchbar]] will be available to exclude/include channels from this system._ 

 All other servers in the [[Serverlist Dialog|Serverlist]] will be unmarked for autoconnect. 

 All autojoin channels for the open servers will be cleared and all open channels will be added as autojoin in their place. 

 h2. Use echo-message when available 

 If enabled, AdiIRC will ask to enable ircv3 "echo-message": tag on supported servers, outgoing messages will be hidden so only the echo'ed message is shown. 

 h2. Disconnect on SASL login error 

 If Enabled, AdiIRC will disconnect from a server if "SASL": login was enabled and the authentication failed or the "SASL": module was removed. 

 h2. Always rejoin auto channel 

 If enabled, all channels in the [[Serverlist Dialog|Serverlist]] with *Autojoin* enabled will be (re)joined when the server is reconnected, otherwise only the currently open channels will be rejoined. 

 h2. Retry [X] times 

 Number of times to try to reconnect. 

 h2. Wait [X] seconds before retrying 

 Number of seconds to wait between each reconnect try. 

 h2. Default ban type 

 Default ban type to use when using [[/ban]]. 

 h2. Default Part Message 

 Default part message to use when using [[/part]] or closing a channel window. 

 h2. Default Quit message 

 Default quit message to use when using [[/quit]] or disconnecting/closing a server window. 

 _Default quit message will be ignored if random quit message is enabled._ 

 h2. Default Port 

 Default port used in [[/server]] and other places. 

 _+port can be used for "SSL/TLS":, *port can be used for "STARTTLS": 

 h2. Use random quit message 

 If enabled, a random line from the quit messages file will be used. 

 Quit message can be added/removed from the Menubar -> Tools -> Edit Quits. 

 _Default quit message will be ignored._ 

 h2. Default Encoding 

 Default character encoding to use when adding/connecting a new server. 

 h2. Use UTF8 Fallback 

 If enabled and encoding is not UTF8, AdiIRC will try to decode the text with the chosen encoding and if it fails, fallback to decode with UTF8 instead. 

 h2. Try to regain nick 

 If enabled, AdiIRC will automatically try to regain your primary nick. 

 h2. Use serverlist group labels as network name 

 If enabled, the [[Serverlist Dialog|Serverlist]] label you entered will be shown in Treebar/Switchbar/Titlebar etc instead of the network name received from the server. 

 h2. Track users away status 

 If enabled, AdiIRC will periodically try to find out which users are away or not away. 

 h2. Only track away on channels smaller than [X] users 

 Disable tracking away status for channels larger than [X] users. 

 On some servers, AdiIRC needs to send /who #channel periodically, doing this on large channels can cause the server to disconnect you. 

 h2. Send delay [X] ms 

 Set the delay in milliseconds between each message AdiIRC sends to the server. 

 Sending too much data too fast can cause the server to disconnect you. 

 h1. Identd 

 h2. Use Identd 

 Enable or disable the "Identd": server. 

 h2. Enable only when connecting 

 If enabled, AdiIRC will start the identd server when connecting to a server, and stop it when connected. 

 h2. Show Identd requests 

 If enables, shows a notice in the server window when a server wants to know your Identd nick. 

 h2. Ident Nick 

 The nick to reply when a server asks for your Identd nick. 

 h2. System 

 The system to reply when a servers asks for your Identd nick. 

 h2. Ident Port 

 The port the Identd server should listen on. 

 h1. Dde 

 h2. Enable Dde Server 

 Enables or disables the "Dde": Server. 

 h2. Check if Service Name is in use 

 If enables, AdiIRC will check if another Dde server is using the same name before starting it. 

 h2. Service Name 

 The Dde service name to use. 

 h2. Dde Delay [X] ms 

 How long to wait in milliseconds before giving up the Dde request. 

 h1. Upnp 

 h2. Ip address 

 If checked, opens the port specified in the [[/socklisten]] -p command using "Upnp": 

 h2. DCC Connections 

 If checked, opens the port associated "DCC": port using "Upnp": when sending files. 

 h2. Identd server 

 If checked, opens the identd port using "Upnp": 

 _Some servers scans for open identd port and can take a while to timeout, with the port open AdiIRC can connect faster._ 

 h2. Skip connections with invalid certificates 

 If enabled, AdiIRC will disconnect servers with invalid ssl certificates. 

 h2. Display invalid certificates for approval 

 If enabled AdiIRC will ask to approve servers with invalid ssl certificates. 

 h1. Certificates 

 h2. Automatically accept invalid certificates 

 If enabled, AdiIRC will connect to servers with invalid ssl certificates automatically. 

 h2. Clear approved certificate cache 

 Clears previously accepted invalid certificates. 

 h2. Client Certificate File 

 Path to a client ssl certificate in the "pfx format": 

 h2. Create new certificate 

 Generates a new client ssl certificate in the "pfx format": 

 _Only works on Windows 10+._ 

 [[Create New Certificate Dialog]]