Some of the bridges here support relaying messages for unauthenticated users through the account that another Matrix user is logged in as.
- Enable relay mode by setting
true. Also make sure that the users you want to invite have at least the
relaylevel in the
- Log into the bridge normally using the relaybot account.
- If you want a separate remote account for the relaybot while using your own account for your own Matrix user, you should make a dedicated Matrix account for the relaybot. If you do this, make sure to run the next command using the new Matrix account too.
- Using the same dedicated account for multiple bridges is fine, so you can have a server-wide "relay" account that acts as the relay for all the bridges.
!prefix set-relayin the chats where you want to use the relaybot. (replace
!prefixwith the appropriate command prefix for the bridge, like
!prefix set-pl 100to be able to modify room settings and invite others.
If you want to bridge existing rooms, you'll have to manually update the
column in the
portal table to point to the room you want bridged.
Note that reactions from relayed users will not be bridged at all, because the bot wouldn't be able to bridge sender info nor multiple reactions of the same emoji.
Minimum bridge versions that support the relay system documented above.
|Google Chat||not yet supported|
|not yet supported|
|Discord||not yet supported (will likely use different system)|
|Slack||not yet supported (will likely use different system)|
† iMessage doesn't require
set-relay, relay mode is enabled in all chats
automatically if enabled in the config. The
permissions section is replaced