Is there any $identifier that will return my own mIRC client's nick!~email_or_ident@host even when the IAL is empty or off?
The output of $address($me,5) is exactly what I need. However, it only works when the IAL is enabled (and if enabled, only if my nick is also in it).
I thought about constructing the string myself using variables like $me and $host. However, if I resorted to constructing it myself, I would not know how to handle the "~email_or_ident@" portion, because I wouldn't know how to detect whether the server assigned me the ~ prefix, or whether the server chose to use my identd or email string upon originally connecting.
The only solution I can see currently is having the script run "/userhost $me" and then capture and parse the reply. However this particular script cannot wait for a server response. It must know the nick!~email_or_ident@host string immediately.