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DDO Ignore List[edit]

The ignore feature of DDO is more widely known as the squelch function, whereby you remove another players messages, mail, tells and all forms of communication from reaching you; different players have differing reasons for using this function, it may be for spam, abuse or another anti-social behaviour you find to disrupt your game.

  • Reporting another player also automatically adds them to your ignore list by default.
  • You cannot send mail to a player on your ignore list.
  • You cannot audibly hear a player on your ignore list, even if they are in your group.
  • You cannot trade with a player on your ignore list.
  • You cannot apply to an LFM posted by a player on your ignore list.
  • A player on your ignore list receives an instant 'auto-decline' when applying to your group.

For a full list of commands, see Chat.

To see who is on your ignore list: /ignore list /squelch list

To add someone to your ignore list: /ignore add {name} /squelch add {name}

To remove someone from your ignore list: /ignore remove {name} /squelch remove {name}

The squelch list can hold up to 149 entries. There is no way to clear the full list at once, you have to manually remove each entry from it.