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 +# $EPIC: notify_script.txt,v 1.2 2006/08/01 05:32:26 sthalik Exp $
 +======Synopsis:======
 +[[load]] notify
 +
 +======Description:======
 +This is a scripted notify system, much like EPIC's internal [[notify
 +command|notify]] system, with the ability to manage both global and local
 +notify lists.
 +
 +^   Alias    ^   Description                           ^
 +| /nlist     |shows nicknames in all notify lists      |
 +| /notify    |manages local and global notify lists    |
 +
 +The syntax for managing notify lists is similar to that of EPIC's internal
 +/notify.  To modify a list, supply a list of nicknames you wish to add or
 +remove.  Nicknames preceded by a '-' will be removed from the list.  To add
 +a nickname to the local notify list of a server, use 'nickname:refnum' To
 +add a nickname to the local notify list of all servers in a particular
 +group, use 'nickname::group' To clear the global notify list, specify '-'
 +as the sole argument.  To clear all notify lists (global and local), specify    '--' as the sole argument.
 +
 +Note: Local notify lists override the global notify list.  The global list
 +is enforced for a server only when no local list for that particular server
 +exists.
 +
 +This script uses the following /set variables:
 +
 +  NOTIFY -- turns notify system on or off
 +
 +  NOTIFY_INTERVAL -- how often (in seconds) to check for signons and signoffs
 +
 +  NOTIFY_USERHOST_AUTOMATIC -- if set on, userhosts will be displayed in
 +                               the signon messages (this can lag you if you
 +                               have a very large notify list)
 +
 +======Other Notes:======
 +This author of this script is John M. Burks (nsx).  This script is public
 +domain; you may use it for any purpose you see fit.
  
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