With this button where you can configure your
DCC Send, Get and Chat options.
For Help Click on any tab
On Send Request:-
Show get dialogue:-
The same as manually accepting a send request. (A
Auto-get file and minimize:-
Not a very wise thing to do.
mIRC will ignore all send requests by other users.
Ask, Resume or Overwrite:-
If you select resume then mIRC will attempt to negotiate a transfer resume to get the remaining part of the file. It will append this to the portion of the file you already have.
On Chat request:-
Show Chat dialogue:-
The same as manually accepting a Chat request. (A wise choice)
Auto-accept and minimize:-
Not a very wise thing to do. Can't understand why someone would like to minimize a chat request.
mIRC will ignore all Chat requests by other users.
Specify here how many users can be served simultaneously.
Max. DCC gets per user:-
This limits the number of simultaneous DCC Gets a
user can request.
This specifies the root directory that a user will see when they first enter a fileserver initiated via the DCC Server. The user will be able to access all files and directories within this root directory.
Welcome text file:-
This specifies the welcome text file that will be sent to a user when they first connect to a fileserver.
Display fileserver warning:-
You will be warned that someone is doing an fserve on your server
A user must type
/DCC fserve your IP
to start an fserve. Doing
/DCC fserve your nick
is slow and sometimes does not work. To find your IP an user can do
/dns your nick.
Notify with beep:-
mIRC will perform the selected options once a
has been completed. The beep options depend on the settings in your
File\Options\ Event Beeps dialogue. You can see in your status window whether Send/Get/Chat was a success or a failure
mIRC will close
window when it finishes.
Time-0ut in seconds
:- If you have configured to accept a DCC
session manually, a Dialogue pops up and waits for you to respond. The Dialogue will wait the specified number of seconds before disappearing.
In this case mIRC will wait the specified number of
seconds for a response from the other client before
closing the connection.
mIRC will close the fileserver window if a user has
been idle for the specified number of seconds.
DCC Get Directory
Save files with this extensions
The directory where received files are stored.
You can specify as many DCC Get Directories, as you
like, depending of what kind of files you usually get
when your on
If you want to specify where your text files (files
with extension .txt , eg version.txt) will be stored.
Make a directory called Text under mIRC (C:\mirc\text), remember that it is not necessary to be under mIRC.
below DCC get Directory. A window will open.
Into this directory
specify the new Text Directory that you just created.
And then Open..
specify what application to run, if you want to see\read
the file when DCC Get finishes, in this case its should
You can do the same for any other file, just remember
to create the Directory. (Eg. create image directory
for image files (*.gif,*.bmp,*.jpg etc)
Enable DCC Sever:-
This turns the DCC Server on or off.
Listen on Port:-
By default it is
, don't play with it, if you don't know what you are doing.
You can have the DCC Server listen for only certain types of connections, such as
DCC Sends, Chats, or Fileserver
requests. For example, if you turn off the DCC Chat listen option, the DCC Server will ignore any chat requests.
Perform DNS lookup:-
mIRC will do a
, but as mentioned earlier this might not work always.