If a user has +T the user will not receive ctcps. This includes version.
Knowing what client uses is needed and useful for the network admins in order to troubleshoot all sorts of problems such as malicious activities.
When a user connects he can set /umode +T automatically and then no one in ircd can get his reply.
However the umode only kicks in right after the ircd check for the client version
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Received a CTCP VERSION from IRC
How come there are no ircops snomasks that allow the admins to see the version reply while a client is using +T?
The reply sent to the IRCd should be available to the ircops or at least admins with specific snomask and or available feature.
The reply the client sends to the ircd could also/or be outputted in the services and or log channel if no module is possible.
I have looked for info in the logs and nothing.
Some extra services such as stats services do this and provide the information.
A module to do this should be possible. Whats your feedback ?