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       nagzillac - jabber relay bot client


       nagzillac type^JID^message


       This manual page documents briefly the nagzillac command.

       nagzillac is the client for nagzilla that takes the data you hand it as argument and sends
       it over to the nagzilla daemon that will send the message along.


       nagzillac only takes one options that consists of three arguments. They are  seperated  by
       the  carret  character(`^'),  although  the  last argument may contain carrets without any
       troubles.  Here is an explenation of the different parts:

       type   This is the type of the message. It can be either room (which will send the message
              to a jabber conference room) or chat (target should be a jabber ID).

       JID    This  is  the  target  for  the  message.  If  you  choose room type it has to be a
              conference room name or complete ID. A single room without any @  in  it  will  get
              sent  to  the configured conference server. If you choose the chat type the JID has
              to be the jabber ID of the user to receive the message, either just the  user  part
              which will get added the jabber server as domain part, or a full jabber ID.

              The final part is the message that will get sent. At the moment it will be put into
              the body as plain text. Please notice that you will have to quote or escape special
              characters in the message like white space.


              The configuration file for the nagzilla client. Please see the comments in the file
              for informations on what to tweak.


       The following sends a chat message to the rhonda user on the default server:

              nagzillac "chat^rhonda^hi there"

       This will send a message to a conference room on a different server:

              nagzillac "room^^alert - do something"




       nagzillac was written by Bill Mathews.

       This manual page was written by Rhonda D'Vine <> for the  Debian  project
       (and may be used by others).

                                            2009-06-03                               NAGZILLAC(1)