I'm sure you all have seen those nice spam/trojan "Double Click Here" URL PM's that are going around on some networks. Well we have a small infestation of them over on our network atm, and while the Oper's are dealing with them, I thought perhaps a REMOTE script, that would detect the text string they use, and auto-message services to do a G-Line would be handy.

The problem is, I can't find a way to get the @host part of their [email]User@host[/email], so that I can include it in the command syntax for our services. *!*@host doesn't work.. it has to be *@host (Pesky undernet coders).

Any help on this would be greatly appreciated as these pests keep coming in and out of channels then PM'ing their spam/virus to all the members of the channels...