User Modes

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User mode Module Description Restrictions
B usermodes/bot Marks you as being a bot. This will add a line to /WHOIS so people can easily recognize bots.
d built-in Makes it so you can not receive channel PRIVMSG's, except for messages prefixed with a set::channel-command-prefix character. Could be used by bots to reduce traffic so they only see !somecmd type of things.
D usermodes/privdeaf Makes it so you can not receive private messages (PM's) from anyone except IRCOps, servers and services.
NOTE: This module is new in 4.0.10 and is NOT loaded by default.
G usermodes/censor Swear filter: filters out all the "bad words" configured in the Badword block
H built-in Hide IRCop status. Regular users using /WHOIS or other commands will not see that you are an IRC Operator. IRCOp-only
I built-in Hide online time in /WHOIS. IRCOp-only
i built-in Makes you so called 'invisible'. A confusing term to mean that you're just hidden from /WHO and /NAMES if queried by someone outside the channel. Normally set by default through set::modes-on-connect (and otherwise by the users' IRC client).
o built-in IRC Operator Set by server
p usermodes/privacy Hide channels you are in from /WHOIS, for extra privacy.
q usermodes/nokick Unkickable (only by U:lines, eg: services) IRCOp-only (but not all)
r built-in Indicates this is a "registered nick" Set by services
R usermodes/regonlymsg Only receive private messages from users who are "registered users" (authenticated by Services)
S usermodes/servicebot User is a services bot (gives some extra protection) Services-only
s built-in Server notices, see Snomasks Mostly IRCOp-only
T usermodes/noctcp Prevents you from receiving CTCP's.
t built-in Indicates you are using a /VHOST Set by server upon /VHOST, /OPER, /*HOST, ..
W usermodes/showwhois Lets you see when people do a /WHOIS on you. IRCOp-only
w built-in Can listen to wallops messages (/WALLOPS from IRCOps')
x built-in Gives you a hidden / cloaked hostname.
Z usermodes/secureonlymsg Allows only users on a secure connection to send you private messages/notices/CTCPs. Conversely, you can't send any such messages to non-secure users either.
z built-in Indicates you are connected via SSL/TLS Set by server