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Extbans are an extension of the standard ban system which allow you to set bans with more granularity.
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Extbans are an extension of the standard ban system which allow you to set bans with more granularity. They are split into two types: matching extbans, which match on users in different ways, and acting extbans, which restrict users in different ways to a standard ban.
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To use an extban, simply set +b/e/I <ban> with it as the ban, instead of a normal nick!user@host mask, to ban or exempt matching users.
  
 
==Available extbans==
 
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| colspan=2 style="background: white; padding-left: 0.5em; padding-top: 0.5em; font-weight: bold" | Acting extbans
 
| colspan=2 style="background: white; padding-left: 0.5em; padding-top: 0.5em; font-weight: bold" | Acting extbans
 
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| <tt>'''r'''</tt>
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| <tt>'''m:<banmask>'''</tt>
| ''Only set by services''. You get this when you are identified to NickServ.
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| Blocks messages from matching users. Users with voice or above are not affected.
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A ban given to an acting extban may either be a nick!user@host mask, matched against users as a normal ban, or a matching extban.
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There is an additional special type of extended ban, a redirect ban:
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{| class="wikitable"
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|-
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! Mask
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! Description
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| <tt>'''Redirect'''</tt>
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| n!u@h#channel will redirect the banned user to #channel when they try to join.
 
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Redirect bans require the target channel to allow the redirect with extban f.
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Latest revision as of 18:46, 4 August 2018