Booting a user can be quite useful, however, it can also be too severe if situations change and the user realizes the cause for the boot in the first place. As a result, a privilege to “unboot” a person is also provided for your use. To unboot a user, use the same command format as you would for other commands.
e.g. /unboot Bill
This will now unboot the user named Bill, and he will be able to access Voobly again. Keep in mind, you should only unboot those users that you have booted firsthand. How would you like it if you booted a troublemaker only to find out that this user sweet-talked another Member Plus into unbooting them? Unbooting users not booted by you is considered to be an abuse of your Member Plus status and you will be removed from the program.