Adds or removes an address/nick to/from your protect list.
/aop [-rw] <on|off|nick/address> [#channel1,#channel2,...] [type] [network]
If you are on a channel and you have channel Op status, any users that match the nicknames in the protect list will be automatically protected. mIRC does this by kicking or de-opping anyone who tries to kick or de-op your protected users. Note that you can't actually prevent deopping/kicking, your mIRC just 'revenges' the deop/kick and ops the user again if he got deoped.
To turn the whole protection system on, use /protect on, to turn it off /protect off.
You can use the following switches:
|r||removes someone from the protection list|
|w||makes the protection apply to every network|
If you do not specify a type then only the users nickname is used. If you specify a type then the users address is looked up via the server.
protect Danaemail@example.com #help.script
This would protect Dana in #help.script.
protect -r Danafirstname.lastname@example.org
This example would remove Dana from your protection list.
protect Dana 2
If you use this command, you would protect any user with the address *!*@staff.quakenet.org (as that's Dana's address) in every channel you are operator.
- $protect to receive information about your protection list.