- Matterircd works with slack and mattermost 5.x
Master branch of matterircd should always work against latest STABLE mattermost release.
- support direct messages / private channels / edited messages / deleted messages / reactions
- auto-join/leave to same channels as on mattermost
- reconnects with backoff on mattermost restarts
- support multiple users
- support channel/direct message backlog (messages when you're disconnected from IRC/mattermost)
- search messages (/msg mattermost search query)
- scrollback support (/msg mattermost scrollback #channel limit)
- away support
- restrict to specified mattermost instances
- set default team/server
- WHOIS, WHO, JOIN, LEAVE, NICK, LIST, ISON, PRIVMSG, MODE, TOPIC, LUSERS, AWAY, KICK, INVITE support
- support TLS (ssl)
- support unix sockets
- support LDAP logins (mattermost enterprise) (use your ldap account/pass to login)
- &users channel that contains members of all teams (if mattermost is so configured) for easy messaging
- support for including/excluding channels from showing up in irc
- supports mattermost roles (shows admins with @ status for now)
- gitlab auth hack by using mmtoken cookie (see https://github.com/42wim/matterircd/issues/29)
- mattermost personal token support
- support multiline pasting
- prefixcontext option for mattermost (see https://github.com/42wim/matterircd/blob/master/prefixcontext.md)
You can find the binaries here
Go 1.14+ is required
go get github.com/42wim/matterircd
You should now have matterircd binary in the bin directory:
$ ls ~/go/bin/ matterircd
matterircd --conf matterircd.toml
Usage of ./matterircd: --bind string interface:port to bind to, or a path to bind to a Unix socket. (default "127.0.0.1:6667") --conf string config file (default "matterircd.toml") --debug enable debug logging --tlsbind string interface:port to bind to. (e.g 127.0.0.1:6697) --tlsdir string directory to look for key.pem and cert.pem. (default ".") --version show version
Matterircd will listen by default on localhost port 6667. Connect with your favorite irc-client to localhost:6667
For TLS support you'll need to generate certificates.
You can use this program generate_cert.go to generate key.pem and cert.pem
Mattermost user commands
Login with user/pass
/msg mattermost login <server> <team> <username/email> <password>
Login with personal token
/msg mattermost login <server> <team> <username/email> token=<yourpersonaltoken>
/msg mattermost search query
/msg mattermost scrollback <channel> <limit> e.g. /msg mattermost scrollback #bugs 100 shows the last 100 messages of #bugs
Mark messages in a channel/from a user as read (when DisableAutoView is set).
/msg mattermost updatelastviewed <channel> /msg mattermost updatelastviewed <username>
Slack user commands
Get a slack token on https://api.slack.com/custom-integrations/legacy-tokens
/msg slack login <token>
Or use team/login/pass to login
/msg slack login <team> <login> <password>
After login it'll show you a token you can use for the token login
A docker image for easily setting up and running matterircd on a server is available at docker hub.
Run the irc server on port 6667. You'll need to specify -bind 0.0.0.0:6667 otherwise it only listens on 127.0.0.1 in the container.
docker run -p 6667:6667 42wim/matterircd:latest -bind 0.0.0.0:6667
Now you can connect with your IRC client to port 6667 on your docker host.
Install the port.
# pkg install matterircd
Or with a local ports tree.
$ cd /usr/ports/net-im/matterircd # make install clean
Enable the service.
echo "matterircd_enable="YES" >> /etc/rc.conf
Copy the default configuration and modify to your needs.
# cp /usr/local/etc/matterircd/matterircd.toml.sample /usr/local/etc/matterircd/matterircd.toml
Start the service.
# service matterircd start
We're also on the
#matterircd channel on irc.freenode.net
mattermost login with sso/gitlab
You'll need to get the
MMAUTHTOKEN from your cookies, login via the browser first.
Then in chrome run F12 - application - Storage/cookies - select your mattermostdomain and fetch the
Now login with
/msg mattermost login <username> MMAUTHTOKEN=<mytoken>
See https://github.com/42wim/matterircd/issues/29 for more information
Also see #98 for a script that fetches it for you.
slack sso login / xoxc tokens
Taken from: https://github.com/insomniacslk/irc-slack
Log via browser on the Slack team, open the browser's network tab in the developer tools, and look for an XHR transaction. Then look for the token (it starts with xoxc-) in the request data the auth cookie, contained in the d key-value in the request cookies (it looks like d=XXXX;)
Then concatenate the token and the auth cookie using a | character, like this:
and use the above as your token with slack login
/msg slack login xoxc-XXXX|d=XXXX;
Here are some external guides and documentation that might help you get up and running more quickly: