A flaw with this is that people will be able to share the support code that they need to enter.
A better way would be to make a unique hash for each user with a timestamp and username (for example) and have the bot decode it. That way codes specified will expire after a certain length of time.
This makes no sense at all. You are sending ChanServ a load of rubbish.
Would a user want their email address to be shared with everyone in the channel?
@Scarecrow kill the process
I think anyone who has coded mIRC would be able to do this themselves! lol.
Cool, maybe if ($nick isop $chan) would be better than using botadmin from the local lists.
Perl is quite nice on XChat, I believe that XChat supports Python too but I do not see that many Python scripts on the web that are made for XChat.
Don't you need permission to PM/Notice users on most networks?
That must of took a long time!
It's just loads of symbols...
Yeah, that's horrible to read code. We just use the stuff we were taught.
This works very well, it's on [^_^] in my channel!
Most likely not killed from the server. Just killed if someone floods your bot which if you have looked at mIRC you can setup flood protection.
Watch that any flood protection on the server/channel doesn't kick/ban. Looks like it could take a lot of load on the server if someone floods it!