@@ 160,6 160,12 @@ IRC nicknames are case-insensitive, this means that the nicknames toto,
Toto, tOtO and TOTO all represent the same IRC user. This means you can
talk to the user toto, and this will work.
+Also note that some IRC nicknames may contain characters that are not
+allowed in the local part of a JID (for example '@'). If you need to send a
+message to a nick containing such a character, you have to use a jid like
+`%firstname.lastname@example.org/AnnoyingNickn@me`, because the JID
+`AnnoyingNickn@email@example.com` would not work.
`#firstname.lastname@example.org` is the #foo IRC channel, on the