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  1. #1
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    permision to move people that are idle for a while to an other channel

    It would be nice when there would be a permision to move peole automatickly from channel to anaother channel for example Away Room if the are idle for a while for example 3 hours . I cant use a script on oure server because we rent a server and it isn't posible to place a script on the server ore to edit the whitelist ore something

    sorry for my bad english

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    There is already a permission i_client_max_idletime, which kicks from the server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PD1EVL View Post
    I cant use a script on oure server because we rent a server and it isn't posible to place a script on the server ore to edit the whitelist ore something
    You can try my bot with activated slow mode, if you are able to use the telnet interface of the server. Deepens on the AntiFlood settings of your hoster, it should work without problems.

    Link to my bot: http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthread.php?t=51286

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