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Author Topic: mircryption + eggdrop --> how to allow auto identify to services on startup?  (Read 6500 times)

onesikgypo

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Hi,

ive successfully download, installed and implemented mircryption into my eggdrop - and everything works perfect as it should. I require it to be perfectly secure, so i have it set to always send messages in an encrypted form no matter what.

The only exception i need for this, is in identifying itself to Nickserv and chanserv. Currently, i have it set in the eggdrop.conf as a putserv command to identify to nickserv and chanserv, however, it is sending it in its encrypted +OK form - and so chanserv/nickserv are unable to auto identify the bot. As a result, im forced each tiem to manually telnet into the bot, and do a .msg nickserv ... where it sends it as plain text.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

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normal users can prepend the message with ` to send it unencrypted. Dunno how to apply that to eggdrop though.

heidel

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Use the command trueputserv instead to send plain text messages.