Eggdrop Command Reference (Notes)

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The notes module provides the means for storing and retrieving notes at a later stage.

DCC Commands
fwd
note

+noteign
-noteign

noteigns

notes

MSG Commands
notes

 

fwd

m|-

fwd <handle> [user@bot]

Allows you to set a note forwarding address for a user. This means if a note needs to be stored for the user, the bot will attempt to pass it on to the given user@bot. If the bot is not online then the note is stored locally. If the other user doesn't exist, the note is lost.

Examples

.fwd Doofus Doofus@CuteBot

 

note

-|-

note <nickname[@bot]> <message>

Sends a private note to a user on the party line. If that user is currently on the party line, and not marked as away, they will receive the message immediately. Otherwise it may be stored and displayed the next time that user joins the party line. If you join the channel, and have notes stored for you on the bot, it will tell you. To send a note to someone on a different bot, use "nick@bot" for the nickname.

Examples

.note Mouse1 I sent the file, please check your e-mail!
.note Doofus@CuteBot Doofus, please stop booting people, everyone is complaining about you.

 

+noteign

-|-

+noteign [user] <ignoremask>

Adds a new ignore to your note ignore list. Masters may specify a user to add a note ignore to that user's note ignore list.

Examples

.+noteign Doofus

 

-noteign

-|-

-noteign [user] <ignoremask>

Removes an existing ignore from your note ignore list. Masters may specify a user to remove a note ignore from that user's note ignore list.

Examples

.-noteign Doofus

 

noteigns

-|-

noteigns [user]

List all note ignores. All notes sent from users who match one of the ignore masks will be rejected. Masters may specify a user to view that user's note ignore list.

Examples

.noteigns Mouse1

 

notes

-|-

notes index
notes read <# or ALL>
notes erase <# or ALL>

Lets you manipulate notes that have been stored up for you while you were gone. The .notes index command gives a listing of all the notes stored up, who they are from, and when they were left. .notes read lets you read some or all notes, according to a list of numbers and/or intervals separated by semicolon. .notes erase erases notes after you are done with them. Example:

   .notes erase 2-4;8;16-

 

notes

-|-

/msg botnick notes <password> index

Lists all the notes stored up for you.


/msg botnick notes <password> read <# or ALL>

Will display some notes for you, or, if you use read all, it will show you every note stored for you. # may be numbers and/or intervals separated by semicolon. Example:

   notes read 2-4;8;16-


/msg botnick notes <password> erase <# or ALL>

This works like read, except it erases whichever note you tell it to (or all of them).


/msg botnick notes <password> to <nickname> <message...>

Stores a note to someone, as long as the bot knows the specified user. They will be informed of a note waiting for them the next time they join the channel.

Examples

/msg botnick notes secret7 Doofus Doofus, please stop kicking people from the channel, everyone is complaining about you.

 

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