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dccallow module (2.0 version)
| This module adds the /DCCALLOW command, which allows users to control who they can receive DCC requests from.
<dccallow blockchat="yes" length="5m" action="block">
- blockchat: Whether to block DCC CHAT requests as well as DCC SEND requests.
- length: Default length an entry on the DCCALLOW list will exist for until it expires (if no length is specified). A length of 0 means any new entry will not expire by default.
- action: Default action to take when no action is explicitly defined. Can be one of: block or allow.
<banfile pattern="*.exe" action="block">
- pattern: Glob pattern to match against filename.
- action: Action to take for this pattern. Can be one of: block or allow.
| This module does not implement any extra user or channel modes.
Extended Bans (Extbans)
| This module implements no extended bans.
/DCCALLOW [+|-] <nickname> <duration>Add a nickname to, or delete a nickname from the DCCALLOW list
/DCCALLOW +Brain 10m
Add Brain to your DCCALLOW list for 10 minutes.
Remove Brain from your DCCALLOW list.
/DCCALLOW +Brain 0
Add Brain to your DCCALLOW list until you QUIT.
Add Brain to your DCCALLOW list for the default time specified in the config.
List the nicknames in the DCCALLOW list.