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If you are the channel owner, or are AOP level or above (or Access level 5 or above), you can invite yourself into the channel
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When mode +i is set, and a user should be able to join without having to receive an invite, there is an invite exception list.  To be on it, use the following command.
 
When mode +i is set, and a user should be able to join without having to receive an invite, there is an invite exception list.  To be on it, use the following command.

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The invite command is used to 'invite' a user into a channel. The most basic syntax is as follows:

/invite NickName #ChannelName

It is possible to make it so that a channel cannot be entered unless invited in. To do so, the following command is used.

/mode #ChannelName +i

When this mode is on, users in the channel have to use the above command to let another user on, and users wishing to join a channel must use the knock command. The knock command works as follows.

/knock #ChannelName your message to the ops here

If you are the channel owner, or are AOP level or above (or Access level 5 or above), you can invite yourself into the channel

/cs invite #ChannelName

When mode +i is set, and a user should be able to join without having to receive an invite, there is an invite exception list. To be on it, use the following command.

/mode #ChannelName +I nickname!username@hostname