Setup an antispam/raid filter in your server.
MANAGE SERVER permission to use this command. You can use the
PERMISSION command in order to grant/deny privilege to any user/role to use this command.
The most advanced yet another easy-to-manage antispam filter.Antispam is one of our proud features. Its highly advanced, yet you can configure it with ease.
;antispam [enable/config/disable] (options)
- To enable this feature, type
;antispam enablein any of the channels the bot has access to. This enables the antispam filter with the default configuration.
- To disable this feature, type
;antispam disablein any of the channels the bot has access to. This disables the antispam filter throughout the server.
The following are the configurations which can be applied to the antispam filter.
To view current configurations, type
;antispam in any of the channels the bot has access to. If the filter is enabled, the bot will list the configurations.
# General Syntax
;antispam [config] [options]
| ||Warn the user|| ||Enabled|
| ||Mute the user|| ||Disabled|
| ||The message rate which will define a spam|| ||5 msgs/5s|
| ||The number of duplicate message which should result in a mute|| ||3 msgs/30s|
| ||The number of warns which should result in a mute|| ||3 warns/5m|
| ||The duration for which the user should be muted|| ||15m|
| ||Whitelisted Users (Users with || ||None|
| ||Whitelisted Channels|| ||None|
| ||Whitelisted Roles|| ||None|
s - Seconds m - Minutes msgs - Messages
# Why doesn't the bot mute the spammer?
Muting system is disabled by default. You need to enable it via
antispam mute enable. Additionally, if you don't have the mute role created/set, you need to set/create using the
muted-role [set/create] (role) command. Also make sure that the mute-role exists and is below the highest role of the bot.
Note: Users with
ADMINISTRATOR permission has bypass since muting has no additional effects on them.