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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.
 
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 Message to [[ops]]
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  /knock #ChannelName your message to the [[ops]] here
  
 
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

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