This module allows you to perform various actions on user rosters via prosodyctl.
After putting this module in your modules directory you can use it via prosodyctl like this:
prosodyctl mod_roster_command COMMAND [OPTIONS...]
Note: Do not add mod_roster_command to your Prosody config file. This is unnecessary because it will automatically be loaded by prosodyctl when you use it.
subscribe user@host contact@host
Subscribes the user to the contact’s presence. That is, the user will see when the contact is online (but the contact won’t see the user).
subscribe_both user@host contact@host
The same as the ‘subscribe’ command, but performs the subscription in both directions, so that both the contact and user will always see each other online.
unsubscribe user@host contact@host
Removes a subscription to the contact’s presence.
unsubscribe_both user@host contact@host
Same as unsubscribe, but also revokes a contact’s subscription to the user’s presence.
rename user@host contact@host [name] [group]
Sets or updates a name for a contact in the user’s roster, and moves the contact to the given group, if specified.