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* [[$aop identifier - mIRC|$aop]]
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* [[$avoice identifier - mIRC|$avoice]]
* [[$auto identifier - mIRC|$auto]]
* [[/aop command - mIRC|/aop]]
* [[/aop command - mIRC|/aop]]
* [[/ignore command - mIRC|/ignore]]
* [[/ignore command - mIRC|/ignore]]

Revision as of 19:34, 19 May 2014

Auto-Voice is a feature that can be used to manage access for a channel. Whenever a user who's address matches an address in the auto-voice list joins the channel, mIRC will voice them.

The /avoice command can be used to disable or enable this feature as well as add and remove users from and to the list.


/avoice -rw <nick/address> [#channel1,#channel2,...] [type] [network]

/avoice <on/off>


  • -r - Indicates address/nick to should be removed
  • -w - Auto-Voice apply to any network


  • <on/off> - Turns the auto-voice feature on/off.
  • <nick/address> - The nickname or address of the person to be added to the auto-voice list. Both nickname and addresses are acceptable. Addresses can be wildcard addresses.
  • [#channel1,#channel2,...] - Channels to apply the auto-voice to.
  • [type] - Address type to be used.
  • [network] - Optional network name to apply the auto-voice to.


;Turn on auto voice
/avoice on
;Add Madgoat to the auto-voice list. Address type 2, network Undernet
/avoice MadGoat 2 Undernet
;Remove Madgoat from the auto-voice list
/avoice -r MadGoat 2 Undernet
;Turn off auto voice3
/avoice off

The above example will output:

* Auto-Voice is on
* Added *!* to auto-voice list
* Removed *!* from auto-voice list
* Auto-Voice is off


Added: mIRC v5.9

Added On: 26/04/2001

Note: Individual switches were not taken into consideration.

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