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Manual Reference Pages  -  CLIMMCMDS (7)

NAME

climm - interactive commands

CONTENTS

Description
Commands Concerning Message Sending
Commands Concerning Your Status
Commands Concerning Finding And Seeing Other Users
Commands Concerning Your Contact List
Commands Concerning Your Icq Account
Commands For Configuring The Climm Client
Commands Concerning Advanced Features
Commands For Scripting
See Also
Author

DESCRIPTION

This manual page describes the commands that can be used within climm. This page holds the same information as the online help, but more precise and longer. Notations: square brackets ([]) denote optional arguments, while angle brackets (<>) denote arguments (in opposite to keywords). Specifically, <uin> denotes an arbitrary UIN, while <contacts> denotes a comma separated list of contacts, that is, of UINs and nick names. If it is the last argument, the contacts may also be separated by spaces.

COMMANDS CONCERNING MESSAGE SENDING

msg <contacts> [<message>]
  Send a message to all contacts. Without message, or with message ending in a backslash (\(rs), multi-line message mode is enabled. To send the multi-line message, put a period (.) on a line of its own. To cancel the message, put a hash sign (#) on a line of its own.
Outgoing and incoming messages are marked differently depending of the transport used. \(Fo\(Fo\(Fo and \(Fc\(Fc\(Fc mark messages sent via a direct connection. \(Fo%\(Fo and \(Fc%\(Fc mark messages sent via a direct connection that were encrypted (requires GnuTLS or OpenSSL enabled at compile time). \(Fo<< and >>\(Fc mark icq8 (also called type-2) messages. Lastly, <<< and >>> mark icq5 messages, which can be so called type-1, type-4 or offline message. These kind of messages are not acknowledged.
A message is first tried to be sent via a pre-existing direct connection; if none is established, one is initiated in the background for further messages. If no direct connection is open, or if the message is not acknowledged after some time, the connection will be failed and the next transport tried: sending as type-2 message. This step will be skipped if the peer does not set the required capabilities to signal its ability to receive them. If this is skipped, times out or returns an error, e.g. the peer has gone offline in the time between, the message is sent as an ordinary type-4 message.
If the peer signals its ability to accept them, messages are sent UTF-8 encoded and appropriately tagged. Otherwise, the message is sent encoded in the peer's configured encoding, or, if unset, the default assumed remote encoding. type-1, type-4 and offline messages can not be tagged with their encoding, so successful transmission of non-USASCII-characters relies on correct configuration and heuristics.
a [<message>]
  Send a message to the last person you sent a message to. Auto-expanding alias for msg %a.
r [<message>]
  Reply to last message received. Auto-expanding alias for msg %r.
url <contacts> <url> <message>
  Send a message regarding an url to all contacts.
sms [<nick>] [<cell>] <message>
  Send an SMS message message to cell phone number cell, which looks like +<country code><number>, or to the cell phone number of nick, which will be set to cell if unset. You may not specify cell if nick already has a cell phone number given. Invalid cell phone numbers will be removed from the nick's meta data.
chat <contacts> [<message>]
  Sends a message message to contacts contacts just as the msg command. After the message is sent (or cancelled), multi-line mode is entered and messages sent until an empty message is cancelled. Cancelling a non-empty message will only cancel the message itself, and more messages in multi-line mode can be sent.
getauto [auto|away|na|dnd|occ|ffc] [<contacts>]
  Requests auto message from contacts for given status, where away is for away, na for not available, dnd for do not disturb, occ for occupied and ffc for free for chat. If auto or nothing is given, the auto message for the contacts is fetched for their respective status. Contacts not in any of those status will be skipped. New for 0.4.10.
auth [req|grant|deny|unsub|add] <contacts> [<msg>]
  Grant or deny all contacts to add you to their list, request from all contacts to allow you to add them to your contact list, unsubscribe from contacts status notifications (XMPP, not ICQ), or tell contacts that you added them to your contact list (ICQ, not XMPP). For ICQ, an optional message may accompany some requests. New subcommand unsub for 0.7.1.
resend <contacts>
  Resend the last message to more contacts.
last [<contacts>]
  Show the last message received from contact, or from everyone who already sent a message.
h <contact> [<last> [<count>]]
history <contact> [<last> [<count>]]
  Show messages from <contact> from the log files. Start at the last latest message, or the -last message if last is negative, defaulting to the 20ieth last message, and display count messages, defaulting to 20 if not given.
historyd <contact|*> <date> [<count>]
  Show messages from <contact> or all contacts (for *) from the log files. Start at date date, which must be given in ISO 8601 format, either YYYY-MM-DD or YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS, and display count messages, defaulting to 20 if not given.
find <contact> <pattern>
  Search the pattern pattern case-insensitive in the log file for contact.
finds <contact> <pattern>
  Search the pattern pattern case-sensitive in the log file for contact.
tabs Shows of a list of users you can tab through.

COMMANDS CONCERNING YOUR STATUS

login A built-in shortcut for conn login. Opens the first server connection.
online [for <contacts>] [<message>]
  Change status to online, or change status to online only for the listed contacts and optionally specify the status message for them.
away [for <contacts>] [<message>]
  Change status to away and optionally set status message and auto response temporarely for this status to message, or change status only for given contacts and optionally specify the status message for them.
na [for <contacts>] [<message>]
  Change status to na (not available) and optionally set status message and auto response temporarely for this status to message, or change status only for given contacts and optionally specify the status message for them.
occ [for <contacts>] [<message>]
  Change status to occ (occupied) and optionally set status message and auto response temporarely for this status to message, or change status only for given contacts and optionally specify the status message for them.
dnd [for <contacts>] [<message>]
  Change status to dnd  (do not disturb) and optionally set status message and auto response temporarely for this status to message, or change status only for given contacts and optionally specify the status message for them.
ffc [for <contacts>] [<message>]
  Change status to ffc (free for chat) and optionally set auto response temporarely for this status to message, or change status only for given contacts and optionally specify the status message for them.
inv [for <contacts>] [<message>]
  Change status to inv (invisible) and optionally set auto response temporarely for this status to message, or change status only for given contacts and optionally specify the status message for them.
change [<number> [for <contacts>] [<message>]]
  Without a number it lists some available modes. Otherwise, change status to number and optionally set auto response temporarely for this status to message, or change status only for given contacts and optionally specify the status message for them.

COMMANDS CONCERNING FINDING AND SEEING OTHER USERS

f <contacts>
finger <contacts>
  Show all white page information for contacts <contacts>.
ss <contacts>
  Show all saved white page information for contacts <contacts>.
i List all the people on your ignore list.
s [<contacts>]
  Show your current status, or of all given contacts in detail, including all aliases.
e, ee, eg, eeg, ev, eev, egv, eegv, w, ww, wg, wwg, wv, wwv, wgv, wwgv
  List parts of your contact list. The following flags are displayed in the first column:
+ This entry is actually no real contact, but an alias of the preceding one. Only with ww.
# This entry is not on your contact list, but the UIN was used at some time. Only with w and ww.
* This contact will see your status even if you're invisible.
- This contact won't see you at all.
^ This contact is ignored: no messages, no status changes.
The ww* and ee* group of commands display another column for direct connection flags. If the first column would be empty, it will be displayed in the first contact for all of those commands unless it's ^.
& A direct connection to this contact is established.
\(ba A direct connection to this contact has failed.
: A direct connection is currently tried to be established.
^ No direct connection opened, but IP address and port number are known.
Another column is added for the ww* and ee* group of commands to show the status with regards to the server side contact list, as far as it is known (new flags for 0.7.1):
S The contact is in the server side contact list with mutual authorization, and should be there (has the wantsbl flag set).
T The contact is in the server side contact list with mutual non-authorization, awaited authorization from, and should be there.
. The contact is not in the server side contact list, but should be there.
R The contact is in the server side contact list receiving presence reports, awaited authorization from, and should be there. You may eventually want to re-request or deny authorization to archieve mutuality. This combination is possible only for XMPP.
> The contact is in the server side contact list receiving presence reports, not awaited authorization from, and should be there. You may want to request or deny authorization to archieve mutuality. This combination is possible only for XMPP.
< The contact is in the server side contact list sending presence reports, not awaited authorization from, and should be there. This combination is possible only for XMPP.
- The contact is in the server side contact list with mutual non-authorization, not awaited authorization from, and should be there. This combination is possible only for XMPP.
s The contact is in the server side contact list with mutual authorization, but should not be there (does not have the wantsbl flag set).
t The contact is in the server side contact list with mutual non-authorization, awaited authorization from, but should not be there.
' ' (space) The contact is not in the server side contact list, and is not wanted there.
\(rs The contact is in the server side contact list receiving presence reports, not awaited authorization from, but should not be there. You may want to request or deny authorization to archieve mutuality. This combination is possible only for XMPP.
/ The contact is in the server side contact list sending presence reports, not awaited authorization from, but should not be there. This combination is possible only for XMPP.
\(aq The contact is in the server side contact list with mutual non-authorization, not awaited authorization from, but should not be there. This combination is possible only for XMPP.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
  An impossible combination was encountered.
e [<group>]
  List all people which are online in your contact list. Also print your own status.
ee [<group>]
  List all people which are online in your contact list with more details.
eg, eeg As above, but sort by groups. New for 0.4.10.
w, ww, wg, wwg
  As above, but also include offline contacts.
ev, eev, egv, eegv, wv, wwv, wgv, wwgv
  As above, but also include hidden contacts (with the shadow option effectively set). New for 0.5.
ewide List all people which are online in your contact list in a screen wide format.
wide List all people in your contact list in a screen wide format.
search
search <em@il>
search <contact>
search <first> <last>
Search for a user with em@il as their email address, with nick as their nick (which mustn't contain an @), or with first as their first and last as their last name. If no argument is given, ask for nick name, first name, last name, email address and a whole bunch of other data to search for.
rand [<number>]
  Find a random user in interest group number. If number is not given, list all interest groups.

COMMANDS CONCERNING YOUR CONTACT LIST

Note: you need to save to make any of the changes done by these commmands persistent for the local contact list.
add <uin> <nickname>
  Add uin to your contact list as nickname.
add <contact> <alias>
addalias <contact> <alias>
  Add alias alias for nickname. New (addalias) for 0.4.10.
add [<group> [<contacts>]
addgroup <group> [<contacts>]
  Add all contacts in contacts to the contact group group, which is created if it doesn't exist and the command is given as addgroup. New for 0.4.10.
rem <contacts>
  Remove the aliases in contacts. If any nick is the last alias for this contact, remove the contact completely.
Note: This command has a different meaning if the first argument of the contacts is a group name, so if you want to affect all contacts of a group, you may not use this as the first parameter; e.g. mention one member of the group first.
remalias <contacts>
  Remove the aliases in contacts.
Modified for 0.6.3.
rem all <contacts>
remcont <contacts>
  Remove the contact completely from the contact list.
New (remcont) for 0.6.3.
Note: The command rem has a different meaning if the first argument of the contacts is a group name, so if you want to affect all contacts of a group, you may not use this as the first parameter; e.g. mention one member of the group first.
rem <group> <contacts>
remgroup <group> <contacts>
  Remove all contacts in contacts from the contact group group. Modified for 0.6.3.
rem all <group>
remgroup all <group>
  Remove all contacts from the contact group group. Further arguments may be silently ignored. If remgroup all is used, discard of the contact group completely. Modified for 0.6.3.
togig <contacts>
  Toggles whether contact's messages and status changes are ignored.
toginv <contacts>
  Toggles whether you will be hidden for contacts.
togvis <contacts>
  Toggles whether contacts can see you even if you are invisible.

COMMANDS CONCERNING YOUR ICQ ACCOUNT

pass <password>
  Changes your icq password to password.
Note: your password may not start with \(&#146;o (the byte 0xf3).
Note: you need to save to make this persistent in case you save your password in your ~/.climm/climmrc file (see climmrc(5)), or you will get a mismatched password on your next login.
update Updates your basic user information (email, nickname, etc.).
other Updates other user information like age and sex.
about Updates your about user information.
setr [<number>]
  Sets your random user group to number. Without argument, lists possible interest groups.
reg <password>
  Creates a new user account with password password.

COMMANDS FOR CONFIGURING THE CLIMM CLIENT

verbose [<level>]
  Set verbosity of climm to level, or show the current verbosity. The verbosity level is a set of flags:
8 Show protocol errors.
16 Show creation and deletion of packets.
32 Show added and removed queue events.
64 Show created and deleted connections.
256 Show v6 packets and their data.
4096 Show v7/v8 packets.
8192 Show the hexdump of v7/v8 packets.
16284 Save those packets to disc.
65536 Show peer-to-peer packets.
131072 Show the hexdump of peer-to-peer packets.
262144 Save those packets to disc.
2097152
  Show peer-to-peer handshake.
4194304
  Show I/O connection setup.
However, any non-zero verbose level will cause more information to be printed, and any level greater than 1 even more.
clear Clear the screen.
sound [on|off|event]
  Toggle sound on or off, or call the event script for beeps. New syntax for 0.4.10.
prompt <user_prompt>
  Set user prompt in user_prompt. The following variables will be parsed and may be used in prompt string:
%U by your current user name
%n by your current nick
%S by description of your status
%s by short description of your status
%P by server name
%p by type of server (icq8, jabber, msn...)
%a by last send uin/nick
%r by last recived uin/nick
%t by time in format HH:MM:SS
%T by time in format given in option prompt_strftime .
%% %
%[0-9]c by foreground color
%[0-9]C by background color
%[0-1]b bold. on = 1 (default), off = 0
%[0-1]u underline. on = 1 (default), off = 0
%[0-1]i inverse; on = 1 (default), off = 0. Reverses foreground and background colors.
%d set default all colors and styles
\\b backspace
\\r carriage return
\\n new line
\\t horizontal tab
\\e ESC
\\\\ backslash
Example:
prompt %4c%b%p%d://%1c%b%n%3c/%2c%b%s%8c %t%7c%b>%6c%r%7c%b<%6c%b%a%7c%b>
autoaway [<timeout>|on|off]
  Set the timeout to timeout, or switch auto away on using the last used or default auto away time, or switch auto away off saving the current used auto away time. A timeout of 0 is equivalent to off. If no argument is given, the current setting is displayed.
alias [auto[expand]] [<alias> [<expansion>]]
  Make a new alias named alias which is substituted with expansion. If no alias is given, list all current aliases. If no expansion is given, list the current alias. Otherwise, create a new alias. If the auto or autoexpand keyword is given, the new alias is auto-expanding, that is, it is immediately expanded when the space or return key is pressed directly after entering the alias.
If the string %s is present in expansion, each occurence is replaced with the given arguments when the alias is invoked, otherwise they will be appended. If the string %r is present in expansion, each occurence is replaced by the nick name or, if the nick is not available, the UIN, of the contact that sent the last message to you, or the empty string if there is none. If the string %a is present in expansion, each occurence is replaced by the nick name or, if the nick is not available, the UIN, of the contact that you sent the last message to, or the empty string if there is none.
New for 0.4.10. Auto-expanding aliases new for 0.5.0.4.
unalias <alias>
  Delete the alias named alias. New for 0.4.10.
lang [<lang>|<nr>] ...
  Switch to the language and encoding lang, given by iso code, or output translation string number nr. To select the default language given by the environment variables LANG, LC_ALL and LC_MESSAGES, use !, auto or default. To select no translation at all, use ., none or unload. To get debugging information, prefix it with debug.

The files from ~/.climm/i18n/*.i18n take precedence over the global ones, the files from BASE/i18n/*.i18b take precedence over those from ~/.climm/i18n/*.i18n, while the "funny" texts take precedence over the standard ones.

You may specify as many arguments as you wish, e.g. to print string number 117 in German and then switch back to default language, use "trans de 117 default".

uptime Show the time climm has been running, plus some statistics.
set <option> <value>
  Set option option to either on or off, or an option specific set of values. option can be:
color: use colors,
delbs: interpret delete characters as backspace,
funny: use funny messages,
auto: send auto-replies when you're e.g. away,
prompt:
  Type of the prompt:
user use user prompt. See command prompt in climmcmds(7), and options prompt and prompt_strftime in climmrc(5),
uin have the last nick in the prompt,
simple simple prompt, by default is "climm>".
autosave:
  automatically save the climmrc,
autofinger:
  automatically finger new UINs,
linebreak:
  set the style for line-breaking messages to simple, to simply print the message after the nick and wrap, break, to add a line break before printing each incoming message, indent, to indent all lines of a message to the level after the nick, or smart, to add a line break only if the message wouldn't fit on the line.
New options for 0.4.10. Options hermit, log, logonoff, silent, tabs removed for 0.5; use the opt command for them.
opt [<contact>|<contact group>|connection|global [<option> [<value>]]]
  Set option option for contact contact, contact group contact group, for the current connection or globally to the value value, or display the current value, or display all options and their settings.
When resolving options for contacts, the option for the contact itself will be used, if set; otherwise, if the contact belongs to a group, the option for that group, if set; otherwise, if the contact belongs to a server connection (i.e. is not yet removed), the option for the server connection; otherwise the global option, if set. Otherwise, 0 for integer options, FALSE for boolean options, the color string for "no color" unless this color string is requested, or the empty string for string options.
When resolving options for contact groups, the same is done except for the first step; options for connections are taken from the connection, then globally; and global options, of course, only globally.
The following options currently exist, with type and applicability:
colorscheme integer global
  The number of the color scheme to use. Set to 0 to disable and use the colors defined below.
colornone color global
  The color string to use for normal text. The keywords black, red, green, yellow, blue, magenta, cyan, white, none, and bold are understood and replaced by their ANSI control sequences. Note that any color already includes none, so specify bold always after the color. Any other text is interpreted as control characters to output verbatim.
colorserver color global
  The color string to use for server stuff.
colorclient color global
  The color string to use for client stuff.
colorinvchar color global
  The color string to use when displaying byte-sequences invalid for the given encoding.
colorerror color global
  The color string to use for errors.
colordebug color global
  The color string to use for debug output.
colorquote color global
  The color string to use for quoted text.
scripting boolean global
  Open a scripting FIFO to accept commands as if entered through the command line.
scriptingpath string global
  The FIFO to open for those commands. If not set and scripting is on, BASDIR/scripting will be used.
webaware boolean server[ICQ]
  Whether the current status should be visible on the web site.
hideip boolean server[ICQ]
  Whether to hide the (local) IP address towards other users.
dcauth boolean server[ICQ]
  Whether authorized contacts can see the (remote) IP address.
dccont boolean server[ICQ]
  Whether contacts can see the (remote) IP address.
awaycount boolean server
  If set, incoming messages will be counted and their originators shown if the status is manually changed to anything other than online or ffc (with or without invisible). Otherwise, this is only done if the status was automatically changed to away or na (with or without invisible).
s5_use boolean server
  Enable the use of a socks 5 proxy. New for 0.6.4.
s5_host string server
  Connect to socks 5 proxy on the given host. New for 0.6.4.
s5_port integer server
  Connect to socks 5 proxy listening on the given port number. New for 0.6.4.
s5_name string server
  Identify as the given user to the socks 5 proxy. New for 0.6.4.
s5_pass string server
  Authenticate with the given password to the socks 5 proxy. New for 0.6.4.
oscar_dc_port integer server[ICQ]
  Define the minimum port to listen for incoming direct connections when using the oscar protocol. If the given port is in used, the port number actually used is increased until a free one is found. New for 0.6.4.
oscar_dc_mode integer server[ICQ]
  This integer is for flags how to handle direct connections:
1 We're firewalled and can't receive any connection. Don't even try.
2 We're firewalled, but use SOCKS and can receive connections.
4 We're not firewalled at all. This is the default.
16 Actually create a peer to peer connection. (Precisely, the connection is created if mode >= 16.) If the connection is not configured to be opened directly, it will be opened when it is needed.
32 Create and open a peer to peer connection.
New for 0.6.3.
logstream boolean server
  Log all data sent over the connection to the server into a file in BASEDIR/debug/.
privacylist string server[XMPP]
  After login, select the given privacy list as the active list for this session. If the list is empty, select no privacy list as active. Otherwise, the default privacy list will be the active one.
New for 0.7.1.
ignore boolean contact
  Whether to ignore all messages from this contact.
hidefrom boolean contact
  Whether to be invisible for this contact.
intimate boolean contact
  Whether to be always visible for this contact.
logonoff boolean contact
  Whether to log when this contacts goes online or offline.
logchange boolean contact
  Whether to log status changes for this contact.
logmess boolean contact
  Whether to log messages for this contact.
showonoff boolean contact
  Whether to show when this contact goes online or offline.
showchange boolean contact
  Whether to show status changes for this contact.
autoauto boolean contact
  Whether to automatically request automatic messages on status changes for this contact.
hideack boolean contact
  Whether to hide acknowledges for messages to this contact.
Note: using this is a really bad idea, as you’ll miss when messages are resent without acknowledge.
wantsbl boolean contact
  Whether you want this contact to be on the server side contact list.
peekme boolean contact
  Whether you want this contact to be peeked when using the peek all or peekall command.
shadow boolean contact
  Whether you want to hide this contact in contact list displays as long as none of the *v commands is used.
local boolean contact
  Whether this contact is not a real contact, but just a nick for a number.
encoding string contact
  The encoding to assume for messages whose encoding is undefined, in particular meta data on the server.
tabspool integer contact
  Whether to add a contact to the tabs list upon startup.
revealtime integer contact
  The time in seconds one’s presence is revealed (even despite invisibility) towards the peer if a message is sent to him.
autoaway string contact
  The autoaway string for status away to return to this contact.
autona string contact
  The autoaway string for status na to return to this contact.
autoocc string contact
  The autoaway string for status occ to return to this contact.
autodnd string contact
  The autoaway string for status dnd to return to this contact.
autoffc string contact
  The autoaway string for status ffc to return to this contact.
colormessage string contact
  The color string to use for messages of this contact.
colorsent string contact
  The color string to use for the nick when messages are sent.
colorack string contact
  The color string to use for the nick when messages are acknowledged.
colorincoming string contact
  The color string to use for the nick when messages are received.
colorcontact string contact
  The color string to use for the nick otherwise.
New for 0.5.
optcontact <contact> [<option> [<value>]]
  Set or display option option or all options of contact contact. New for 0.5.
optgroup <group> [<option> [<value>]]
  Set or display option option or all options of contact group group. New for 0.5.
optserv [<option> [<value>]]
  Set or display server option option. Renamed for 0.7.1, old name new in 0.5.
optglobal [<option> [<value>]]
  Set or display global option option. New for 0.5.
save Saves current settings in the configuration file, which is ~/.climm/climmrc, unless specified otherwise. Beware, it will clobber any comments in this file.
q [<msg>]
quit [<msg>]
exit [<msg>]
  Quit climm. If given, send the message msg to all contacts previously messaged that are still online and on the contact list.
Note: climm will not wait for any acknowledges - if the message is not received by the contact for whatever reason, it will not be resent.
Aliases quit and exit new for 0.4.10.
x [<msg>]
  Quit climm without saving. If given, send the message msg to all contacts previously messaged that are still online and on the contact list.
Note: climm will not wait for any acknowledges - if the message is not received by the contact for whatever reason, it will not be resent.
Aliases quit and exit new for 0.4.10. New for 0.5.

COMMANDS CONCERNING ADVANCED FEATURES

meta [show|load|save|set|get|rget] <contacts>
  Handle meta data of contacts. The following subcommands are known:
show Shows the meta data of all contacts given.
load Loads the meta data for all contacts given from disc and shows them.
save Saves the meta data for all contacts given to disc.
set Uploads your meta data to the server.
get Gets the meta data for all contacts from the server and shows them.
getr Gets the meta data for the contact the last message was received from from the server and shows it.
New for 0.4.10.
file [...]
  Alias for peer file. New for 0.4.10.
accept [...]
  Alias for peer accept. New for 0.4.10.4.
peer <command> <uin|nick>
  Operate command command on user given by UIN uin or nick name nick.
open Open a peer to peer connection over TCP to the user.
close Close and reset a peer to peer connection to the user.
off Switch off trying to establish such a connection for sending messages until it is explicitly opened or reset.
file <file> <description>
  Send file file with description description.
files [<file> <as>]... <description>
  Send files to the user. There may be arbitrarily many pairs of a physical file name file and the name to be presented to the peer, as. If as is '/', the file name without the path is sent, and if it is '.' the same name is sent.
accept [<contact>] [<id>]
  Accept an incoming file request from contact with the given ID id. If there is only one pending incoming file request, the contact and id arguments may be omitted, otherwise it is undefined which file request is answered when several match.
deny [<contact>] [<id>] [<reason>]
  Deny an incoming file request from contact with the given ID id with the reason reason.
login [...]
  Alias for conn login. New for 0.4.10.4.
conn [<command> <nr>]
  List all connections, or operate command on connection nr.
open Open the given, or the first server connection. An optional password may be given, which overrides any previously known one.
login Open the given, or the first server connection. An optional password may be given, which overrides any previously known one.
close Close the given connection. Temporary connections will get removed by this.
remove Close and remove given (temporary) connection.
select Select the given server connection as the current one. nr may be the connection number or the UIN used for the connection.
contact [<command>]
  Handle the server side contact list:
show Download the server side contact list and just show it.
diff Download the server side contact list and show only contacts (uin/nick pairs) that are not in the local contact list.
add Download the server side contact list and add all contacts to the local one.
upload Try to upload local contacts to the server side contact list.
download
  Download contacts from the server side contact list, but avoid modifying already existing contacts.
import Download contacts from the server side contact list, modifying existing contacts.
Note: This will always try to upload only those contacts with the wantsbl contact option. Do a optglobal wantsbl on if you want to upload all of your contacts.
priv [<cmd>] [<list>] [<edits>]
  Show or modify XMPP privacy lists. If no argument is given, assume list command, otherwise assume show command. Available commands are:
list List the active, default and all available privacy lists by name.
active [<list>]
  Make <list> the privacy list currently active for this session. If no <list> is given, disable active list, in other words: use the server’s default privacy handling for this session.
default [<list>]
  Make <list> the default privacy list, that is, the privacy list valid at start of each client’s session or when no client is actually connected. If no <list> is given, disable default list, in other words: use the server’s default privacy handling at session start or when no client is actually connected.
show <list>
  Show the given privacy list, for each item in it print out the order, the action (allow or deny), the affected part (all, or a comma separated list of msg (messages), pin (inbound presense notification, does not include subscription requests), pout (outbound presense notifications), or iq (queries)), the type (jid, group, or subscription), and the matched value. If type is jid, the value is an XMPP id; it may be with or without resource, and with or without user. If type is subscription, the value will be one of both, from, to, or none (which also includes unknown contacts).
Each inbound or outbound stanza is matched by the server against each item, in the order given by the order attribute, and the action attribute of the first match determines whether the stanza is completely discarded or actually forwarded.
set <list> (<action> [<part> ]<type> <value)...
  Replace (or create) the privacy list <list>, with each of the listed items in ascending order. The parameters are as in the show command above. If <part> is not given, all is assumed.
edit <list> <index> (<action> [<part>] <type> <value>)... [delete <skip>]
  Edit (or create) the privacy list <list>, inserting the given listed items in ascending order directly before the item with the <order> being equal to <index>. Delete items up to (excluding) <order> of <index>+<skip>. If no <skip> is given or if it is zero, none will be deleted. Items with <order> being equal or greater than <index>+<skip> will be renumbered (to make room for the new items and to avoid discontinuency in the numbers).
peek [<contacts>] [all] [<contacts>]
  Check for each contact whether it is actually online or not. The special keyword all will check upon all contacts with the peekme option effectively set.
Note: This abuses a bug in the ICQ protocol to figure this out and thus can stop working at any time. No additional information except online or offline can be found out this way.
peek2 <contacts>
  Builtin alias for getauto away contacts. Can be used to detect presence of users of some clients, but this itself can be detected by the other user’s client. climm since 0.5 will not be detected by this, but will detect tries from other clients.
peekall [<contacts>]
  Builtin alias for peek <contacts> all.
as <nr|uin> <cmd>
  Execute climm command cmd as if the connection number nr or for the UIN uin would be the current one.

COMMANDS FOR SCRIPTING

tclscript <file>
  Execute the tcl script file, which may be given relative to the climm base directory.
tcl <string>
  Execute the tcl command string. Type tcl climm help to get a list of climm-specific tcl commands.

SEE ALSO

climm(1), climmrc(5)

AUTHOR

This man page was originally created by James Morrison <ja2morrison@student.math.uwaterloo.ca> for a reference to all interactive commands in climm. It has been adapted to current usage by R\(:udiger Kuhlmann.
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