/ignore Command - mIRC
Commands & Identifiers
The /ignore command ignores various types of messages from users, You can also manage ignore from the Control tab of the address book.
/ignore [-lrpcntikdwxuN] <on|off|nick/address> [type] [network]
- -p - ignores the private messages (if you have a query window associated for that nick/address, it won't ignore the messages)
- -c - ignores the channel messages
- -n - ignores the notice messages
- -t - ignores the ctcp messages
- -i - ignore the invites requests
- -k - ignore the control codes from the messages (messages themselves are not ignored)
- -d - ignores the dcc requests
- -l - lists all ignored addresses that matches the switches above if any is specified, otherwise lists all ignored addresses.
- -r - if an address/nick is specified, removes the nick/address, otherwise removes all ignored addresses.
- -w - makes the ignore apply to any network.
- -uN - specifies a delay (N) in seconds after which the ignore is automatically removed.
- -x - indicates that this address should be excluded from ignores, useful to temporarily stop ignoring an user or to allow a specific address not to be ignored after ignoring a wide range with an address.
- <on|off|nick/address> - turns on/off the ignore feature, or if a nick/address is specified, applies the ignore that user.
- [type] - if specified, the address is looked up via the server, otherwise just ignore the nickname.
- [network] - if specified, applies the ignore on that network, otherwise applies the ignore on the current network
Added: mIRC 6.1