ADDMOTD command allows operators to add text to the end of the Message of the Day (MOTD) file. When users view the MOTD (either in the connection registration burst, or with the
MOTD command), they will see the new text.
<text>: The text to add to the end of the MOTD. This can be empty (to add a blank line), but the parameter must exist.
If the user doesn’t have the permission to add lines to the MOTD, the
ERR_NOPRIVILEGES response is sent and the command fails.
If the last parameter is omitted, the
ERR_NEEDMOREPARAMS response is sent and the command fails.
If the command is successful, the current server implementation sends a
NOTICE back to the user (as shown in the examples below).
C -> addmotd :Be nice! S <- :irc.example.com NOTICE dan :*** Wrote (Be nice!) to file: ircd.motd
Adding text to the MOTD
C -> addmotd : S <- :irc.example.com NOTICE dan :*** Wrote () to file: ircd.motd
Adding an empty line to the MOTD
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Latest change: 18 March 2019.