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Anope IRC Services Commandi

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  • HELP
    	BotServ allows you to have a bot on your own channel.
    	It has been created for users that can't host or
    	configure a bot, or for use on networks that don't
    	allow users' bot. Available commands are listed
    	below; to use them, type /msg BotServ command.  For
    	more information on a specific command, type /msg 
    	BotServ HELP command.
    
    
    
  • BOTLIST
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ BOTLIST
     
    	Syntax: BOTLIST
    
    	Lists all available bots on this network.
    
    
  • ASSIGN
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ ASSIGN chan nick
     
    	Syntax: ASSIGN chan nick
    
    	Assigns a bot pointed out by nick to the channel chan. You
    	can then configure the bot for the channel so it fits
    	your needs.
    
    
  • UNASSIGN
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ UNASSIGN chan
     
    	Syntax: UNASSIGN chan
    
    	Unassigns a bot from a channel. When you use this command,
    	the bot won't join the channel anymore. However, bot
    	configuration for the channel is kept, so you will always
    	be able to reassign a bot later without have to reconfigure
    	it entirely.
    
    
  • INFO
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ INFO {chan | nick}
     
    	Syntax: INFO {chan | nick}
    
    	Allows you to see BotServ information about a channel or a bot.
    	If the parameter is a channel, then you'll get information
    	such as enabled kickers. If the parameter is a nick,
    	you'll get information about a bot, such as creation
    	time or number of channels it is on.
    
    
  • SET
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ SET (channel | bot) option parameters
     
    	Syntax: SET (channel | bot) option parameters
    
    	Configures bot options.  option can be one of:
    
    	    DONTKICKOPS      To protect ops against bot kicks
    	    DONTKICKVOICES   To protect voices against bot kicks
    	    GREET            Enable greet messages
    	    FANTASY          Enable fantaisist commands
    	    SYMBIOSIS        Allow the bot to act as a real bot
    
    	Type /msg BotServ HELP SET option for more information
    	on a specific option.
    
    	Note: access to this command is controlled by the
    	level SET.
    
    
  • SET DONTKICKOPS
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ SET channel DONTKICKOPS {ON|OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET channel DONTKICKOPS {ON|OFF}
    
    	Enables or disables ops protection mode on a channel.
    	When it is enabled, ops won't be kicked by the bot
    	even if they don't match the NOKICK level.
    
    
  • SET DONTKICKVOICES
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ SET channel DONTKICKVOICES {ON|OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET channel DONTKICKVOICES {ON|OFF}
    
    	Enables or disables voices protection mode on a channel.
    	When it is enabled, voices won't be kicked by the bot
    	even if they don't match the NOKICK level.
    
    
  • SET FANTASY
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ SET channel FANTASY {ON|OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET channel FANTASY {ON|OFF}
    
    	Enables or disables fantasy mode on a channel.
    	When it is enabled, users will be able to use
    	commands !op, !deop, !voice, !devoice,
    	!kick, !kb, !unban, !seen on a channel (find how
    	to use them; try with or without nick for each,
    	and with a reason for some?).
    
    	Note that users wanting to use fantaisist
    	commands MUST have enough level for both
    	the FANTASIA and another level depending
    	of the command if required (for example, to use
    	!op, user must have enough access for the OPDEOP
    	level).
    
    
  • SET GREET
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ SET channel GREET {ON|OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET channel GREET {ON|OFF}
    
    	Enables or disables greet mode on a channel.
    	When it is enabled, the bot will display greet
    	messages of users joining the channel, provided
    	they have enough access to the channel.
    
    
  • SET SYMBIOSIS
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ SET channel SYMBIOSIS {ON|OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET channel SYMBIOSIS {ON|OFF}
    
    	Enables or disables symbiosis mode on a channel.
    	When it is enabled, the bot will do everything
    	normally done by BotServ on channels, such as MODEs,
    	KICKs, and even the entry message.
    
    
  • KICK
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ KICK channel option parameters
     
    	Syntax: KICK channel option parameters
    
    	Configures bot kickers.  option can be one of:
    
    	    BOLDS         Sets if the bot kicks bolds
    	    BADWORDS      Sets if the bot kicks bad words
    	    CAPS          Sets if the bot kicks caps
    	    COLORS        Sets if the bot kicks colors
    	    FLOOD         Sets if the bot kicks flooding users
    	    REPEAT        Sets if the bot kicks users who repeat
    	                       themselves
    	    REVERSES      Sets if the bot kicks reverses
    	    UNDERLINES    Sets if the bot kicks underlines
    
    	Type /msg BotServ HELP KICK option for more information
    	on a specific option.
    
    	Note: access to this command is controlled by the
    	level SET.
    
    
  • KICK BOLDS
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ KICK channel BOLDS {ON|OFF} [ttb]
     
    	Syntax: KICK channel BOLDS {ON|OFF} [ttb]
    
    	Sets the bolds kicker on or off. When enabled, this
    	option tells the bot to kick users who use bolds.
    
    	ttb is the number of times a user can be kicked
    	before it get banned. Don't give ttb to disable
    	the ban system once activated.
    
    
  • KICK COLORS
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ KICK channel COLORS {ON|OFF} [ttb]
     
    	Syntax: KICK channel COLORS {ON|OFF} [ttb]
    
    	Sets the colors kicker on or off. When enabled, this
    	option tells the bot to kick users who use colors.
    
    	ttb is the number of times a user can be kicked
    	before it get banned. Don't give ttb to disable
    	the ban system once activated.
    
    
  • KICK REVERSES
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ KICK channel REVERSES {ON|OFF} [ttb]
     
    	Syntax: KICK channel REVERSES {ON|OFF} [ttb]
    
    	Sets the reverses kicker on or off. When enabled, this
    	option tells the bot to kick users who use reverses.
    
    	ttb is the number of times a user can be kicked
    	before it get banned. Don't give ttb to disable
    	the ban system once activated.
    
    
  • KICK UNDERLINES
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ KICK channel UNDERLINES {ON|OFF} [ttb]
     
    	Syntax: KICK channel UNDERLINES {ON|OFF} [ttb]
    
    	Sets the underlines kicker on or off. When enabled, this
    	option tells the bot to kick users who use underlines.
    
    	ttb is the number of times a user can be kicked
    	before it get banned. Don't give ttb to disable
    	the ban system once activated.
    
    
  • KICK CAPS
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ KICK channel CAPS {ON|OFF} [ttb [min [percent]]]
     
    	Syntax: KICK channel CAPS {ON|OFF} [ttb [min [percent]]]
    
    	Sets the caps kicker on or off. When enabled, this
    	option tells the bot to kick users who are talking in
    	CAPS.
    
    	The bot kicks only if there are at least min caps
    	and they constitute at least percent%% of the total
    	text line (if not given, it defaults to 10 characters
    	and 25%%).
    
    	ttb is the number of times a user can be kicked
    	before it get banned. Don't give ttb to disable
    	the ban system once activated.
    
    
  • KICK FLOOD
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ KICK channel FLOOD {ON|OFF} [ttb [ln [secs]]]
     
    	Syntax: KICK channel FLOOD {ON|OFF} [ttb [ln [secs]]]
    
    	Sets the flood kicker on or off. When enabled, this
    	option tells the bot to kick users who are flooding
    	the channel using at least ln lines in secs seconds
    	(if not given, it defaults to 6 lines in 10 seconds).
    
    	ttb is the number of times a user can be kicked
    	before it get banned. Don't give ttb to disable
    	the ban system once activated.
    
    
  • KICK REPEAT
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ KICK #channel REPEAT {ON|OFF} [ttb [num]]
     
    	Syntax: KICK #channel REPEAT {ON|OFF} [ttb [num]]
    
    	Sets the repeat kicker on or off. When enabled, this
    	option tells the bot to kick users who are repeating
    	themselves num times (if num is not given, it
    	defaults to 3).
    
    	ttb is the number of times a user can be kicked
    	before it get banned. Don't give ttb to disable
    	the ban system once activated.
    
    
  • KICK BADWORDS
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ KICK #channel BADWORDS {ON|OFF} [ttb]
     
    	Syntax: KICK #channel BADWORDS {ON|OFF} [ttb]
    
    	Sets the bad words kicker on or off. When enabled, this
    	option tells the bot to kick users who say certain words
    	on the channels.
    
    	You can define bad words for your channel using the
    	BADWORDS command. Type /msg BotServ HELP BADWORDS for
    	more information.
    
    	ttb is the number of times a user can be kicked
    	before it get banned. Don't give ttb to disable
    	the ban system once activated.
    
    
  • BADWORDS
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ BADWORDS channel ADD word [SINGLE | START | END]
     
    	Syntax: BADWORDS channel ADD word [SINGLE | START | END]
    	        BADWORDS channel DEL {word | entry-num | list}
    	        BADWORDS channel LIST [mask | list]
    	        BADWORDS channel CLEAR
    
    	Maintains the bad words list for a channel. The bad
    	words list determines which words are to be kicked
    	when the bad words kicker is enabled. For more information,
    	type /msg BotServ HELP KICK BADWORDS.
    
    	The BADWORDS ADD command adds the given word to the
    	badword list. If SINGLE is specified, a kick will be
    	done only if a user says the entire word. If START is
    	specified, a kick will be done if a user says a word
    	that starts with word. If END is specified, a kick
    	will be done if a user says a word that ends with
    	word. If you don't specify anything, a kick will
    	be issued every time word is said by a user.
    
    	The BADWORDS DEL command removes the given word from the
    	bad words list.  If a list of entry numbers is given, those
    	entries are deleted.  (See the example for LIST below.)
    
    	The BADWORDS LIST command displays the bad words list.  If
    	a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the
    	mask are displayed.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
    	only those entries are shown; for example:
    
    	   BADWORDS #channel LIST 2-5,7-9
    	      Lists bad words entries numbered 2 through 5 and
    	      7 through 9.
    
    	The BADWORDS CLEAR command clears all entries of the
    	bad words list.
    
    
  • SAY
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ SAY channel text
     
    	Syntax: SAY channel text
    
    	Makes the bot say the given text on the given channel.
    
    
  • ACT
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ ACT channel text
     
    	Syntax: ACT channel text
    
    	Makes the bot do the equivalent of a "/me" command
    	on the given channel using the given text.
    
    
    
  • SERVADMIN BOT
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ BOT ADD nick user host real
     
    	Syntax: BOT ADD nick user host real
    	        BOT CHANGE oldnick newnick [user [host [real]]]
    	        BOT DEL nick
    
    	Allows Services admins to create, modify, and delete
    	bots that users will be able to use on their own
    	channels.
    
    	BOT ADD adds a bot with the given nickname, username,
    	hostname and realname. Since no integrity checks are done
    	for these settings, be really careful.
    	BOT CHANGE allows to change nickname, username, hostname
    	or realname of a bot without actually delete it (and all
    	the data associated with it).
    	BOT DEL removes the given bot from the bot list.
    
    	Note: you cannot create a bot that has a nick that is
    	currently registered. If an unregistered user is currently
    	using the nick, they will be killed.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN SET
    	These options are reserved to Services admins:
    
    	    NOBOT            Prevent a bot from being assigned to
    	                        a channel
    	    PRIVATE          Prevent a bot from being assigned by
    	                        non IRC operators
    
    
  • SERVADMIN SET NOBOT
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ SET channel NOBOT {ON|OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET channel NOBOT {ON|OFF}
    
    	This option makes a channel be unassignable. If a bot
    	is already assigned to the channel, it is unassigned
    	automatically when you enable the option.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN SET PRIVATE
    	Syntax: /msg BotServ SET bot-nick PRIVATE {ON|OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET bot-nick PRIVATE {ON|OFF}
    
    	This option prevents a bot from being assigned to a
    	channel by users that aren't IRC operators.
    

 

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  • HELP
    	HostServ commands:
    
    
  • OPER HELP
    	not used.
    
    
  • ADMIN HELP
    	not used.
    
    
  • ON
    	Syntax: /msg HostServ ON
     
    	Syntax: ON
    
    	Activates the vhost currently assigned to the nick in use.
    	When you use this command any user who performs a /whois
    	on you will see the vhost instead of your real IP address.
    
    
  • SET
    	Syntax: /msg HostServ SET  .
     
    	Syntax: SET  .
    
    	Sets the vhost for the given nick to that of the given
    	hostmask.  If your IRCD supports vIdents, then using
    	SET  @ set idents for users as
    	well as vhosts.
    
    
  • SETALL
    	Syntax: /msg HostServ SETALL  .
     
    	Syntax: SETALL  .
    
    	Sets the vhost for all nicks in the same group as that
    	of the given nick.  If your IRCD supports vIdents, then
    	using SETALL  @ will set idents
    	for users as well as vhosts.
    
    	* NOTE, this will not update the vhost for any nick's
    	added to the group after this command was used.
    
    
  • OFF
    	Syntax: /msg HostServ OFF
     
    	Syntax: OFF
    
    	Deactivates the vhost currently assigned to the nick in use.
    	When you use this command any user who performs a /whois
    	on you will see your real IP address.
    
    
  • DEL
    	Syntax: /msg HostServ DEL 
     
    	Syntax: DEL 
    
    	Deletes the vhost assigned to the given nick from the
    	database.
    
    
  • DELALL
    	Syntax: /msg HostServ DELALL .
     
    	Syntax: DELALL .
    
    	Deletes the vhost for all nick's in the same group as
    	that of the given nick.
    
    
    
  • LIST
    	Syntax: /msg HostServ LIST [|<#X-Y>]
     
    	Syntax: LIST [|<#X-Y>]
    
    	This command lists registered vhosts to the operator
    	if a Key is specified, only entries whos nick or vhost match
    	the pattern given in  are displayed e.g. Rob* for all
    	entries beginning with "Rob"
    
    	If a #X-Y style is used, only entries between the range of X
    	and Y will be displayed, e.g. #1-3 will display the first 3
    	nick/vhost entries.
    
    	The list uses the value of NSListMax as a hard limit for the
    	number of items to display to a operator at any 1 time.
    
    
  • GROUP
    	Syntax: /msg HostServ GROUP
     
    	Syntax: GROUP
    
    	This command allows users to set the vhost of their
    	CURRENT nick to be the vhost for all nicks in the same
    	group.
  • SEND
    	Syntax: /msg MemoServ SEND {nick | channel} memo-text
     
    	Syntax: SEND {nick | channel} memo-text
    
    	Sends the named nick or channel a memo containing
    	memo-text.  When sending to a nickname, the recipient will
    	receive a notice that he/she has a new memo.  The target
    	nickname/channel must be registered.
    
    
  • SENDALL
    	Syntax: /msg MemoServ SENDALL memo-text
     
    	Syntax: SENDALL memo-text
    
    	Sends all registered users a memo containing memo-text.
    
    
  • CANCEL
    	Syntax: /msg MemoServ CANCEL {nick | channel}
     
    	Syntax: CANCEL {nick | channel}
    
    	Cancels the last memo you sent to the given nick or channel,
    	provided it has not been read at the time you use the command.
    
    
  • CHECK
    	Syntax: /msg MemoServ CHECK nick
     
    	Syntax: CHECK nick
    
    	Checks whether the _last_ memo you sent to nick has been read
    	or not. Note that this does only work with nicks, not with chans.
    
    
  • LIST
    	Syntax: /msg MemoServ LIST [channel] [list | NEW]
     
    	Syntax: LIST [channel] [list | NEW]
    
    	Lists any memos you currently have.  With NEW, lists only
    	new (unread) memos.  Unread memos are marked with a "*"
    	to the left of the memo number.  You can also specify a list
    	of numbers, as in the example below:
    
    	   LIST 2-5,7-9
    	      Lists memos numbered 2 through 5 and 7 through 9.
    
    
  • READ
    	Syntax: /msg MemoServ READ [channel] {num | list | LAST | NEW}
     
    	Syntax: READ [channel] {num | list | LAST | NEW}
    
    	Sends you the text of the memos specified.  If LAST is
    	given, sends you the memo you most recently received.  If
    	NEW is given, sends you all of your new memos.  Otherwise,
    	sends you memo number num.  You can also give a list of
    	numbers, as in this example:
    
    	   READ 2-5,7-9
    	      Displays memos numbered 2 through 5 and 7 through 9.
    
    
  • RSEND
    	Syntax: /msg MemoServ RSEND {nick | channel} memo-text
     
    	Syntax: RSEND {nick | channel} memo-text
    
    	Sends the named nick or channel a memo containing
    	memo-text.  When sending to a nickname, the recipient will
    	receive a notice that he/she has a new memo.  The target
    	nickname/channel must be registered.
    	Once the memo is read by its recipient, an automatic notification
    	memo will be sent to the sender informing him/her that the memo
    	has been read.
    
    
  • DEL
    	Syntax: /msg MemoServ DEL [channel] {num | list | LAST | ALL}
     
    	Syntax: DEL [channel] {num | list | LAST | ALL}
    
    	Deletes the specified memo or memos.  You can supply
    	multiple memo numbers or ranges of numbers instead of a
    	single number, as in the second example below.
    
    	If LAST is given, the last memo will be deleted.
    	If ALL is given, deletes all of your memos.
    
    	Examples:
    
    	   DEL 1
    	      Deletes your first memo.
    
    	   DEL 2-5,7-9
    	      Deletes memos numbered 2 through 5 and 7 through 9.
    
    
  • SET
    	Syntax: /msg MemoServ SET option parameters
     
    	Syntax: SET option parameters
    
    	Sets various memo options.  option can be one of:
    
    	    NOTIFY      Changes when you will be notified about
    	                    new memos (only for nicknames)
    	    LIMIT       Sets the maximum number of memos you can
    	                    receive
    
    	Type /msg MemoServ HELP SET option for more information
    	on a specific option.
    
    
  • SET NOTIFY
    	Syntax: /msg MemoServ SET NOTIFY {ON | LOGON | NEW | MAIL | NOMAIL | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET NOTIFY {ON | LOGON | NEW | MAIL | NOMAIL | OFF}
    
    	Changes when you will be notified about new memos:
    
    	    ON      You will be notified of memos when you log on,
    	               when you unset /AWAY, and when they are sent
    	               to you.
    	    LOGON   You will only be notified of memos when you log
    	               on or when you unset /AWAY.
    	    NEW     You will only be notified of memos when they
    	               are sent to you.
    	    MAIL    You will be notified of memos by email aswell as
    	               any other settings you have.
    	    NOMAIL  You will not be notified of memos by email.
    	    OFF     You will not receive any notification of memos.
    
    	ON is essentially LOGON and NEW combined.
    
    
  • SET LIMIT
    	Syntax: /msg MemoServ SET LIMIT [channel] limit
     
    	Syntax: SET LIMIT [channel] limit
    
    	Sets the maximum number of memos you (or the given channel)
    	are allowed to have. If you set this to 0, no one will be
    	able to send any memos to you.  However, you cannot set
    	this any higher than %d.
    
    
  • INFO
    	Syntax: /msg MemoServ INFO [channel]
     
    	Syntax: INFO [channel]
    
    	Displays information on the number of memos you have, how
    	many of them are unread, and how many total memos you can
    	receive.  With a parameter, displays the same information
    	for the given channel.
    
    
  • STAFF
    	Syntax: /msg MemoServ STAFF memo-text
     
    	Syntax: STAFF memo-text
    
    	Sends all services staff a memo containing memo-text.
    	Note: If you have opers on both the oper list and the
    	admin list they will receive the memo twice.  The same
    	applies for oper's on the Root list as well as other
    	lists.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN SET LIMIT
    	Syntax: /msg MemoServ SET LIMIT [user | channel] {limit | NONE} [HARD]
     
    	Syntax: SET LIMIT [user | channel] {limit | NONE} [HARD]
    
    	Sets the maximum number of memos a user or channel is
    	allowed to have.  Setting the limit to 0 prevents the user
    	from receiving any memos; setting it to NONE allows the
    	user to receive and keep as many memos as they want.  If
    	you do not give a nickname or channel, your own limit is
    	set.
    
    	Adding HARD prevents the user from changing the limit.  Not
    	adding HARD has the opposite effect, allowing the user to
    	change the limit (even if a previous limit was set with
    	HARD).
    
    	This use of the SET LIMIT command is limited to Services
    	admins.  Other users may only enter a limit for themselves
    	or a channel on which they have such privileges, may not
    	remove their limit, may not set a limit above %d, and may
    	not set a hard limit.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN INFO
    	Syntax: /msg MemoServ INFO [nick | channel]
     
    	Syntax: INFO [nick | channel]
    
    	Without a parameter, displays information on the number of
    	memos you have, how many of them are unread, and how many
    	total memos you can receive.
    
    	With a channel parameter, displays the same information for
    	the given channel.
    
    	With a nickname parameter, displays the same information
    	for the given nickname.  This use limited to Services
    	admins.
  • HELP
    	OperServ commands:
    
    
  • GLOBAL
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ GLOBAL message
     
    	Syntax: GLOBAL message
    
    	Allows Administrators to send messages to all users on the
    	network. The message will be sent from the nick OperServ.
    
    
  • STATS
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ STATS [AKILL | ALL | RESET | MEMORY | UPLINK]
     
    	Syntax: STATS [AKILL | ALL | RESET | MEMORY | UPLINK]
    
    	Without any option, shows the current number of users and
    	IRCops online (excluding Services), the highest number of
    	users online since Services was started, and the length of
    	time Services has been running.
    
    	With the AKILL option, displays the current size of the
    	AKILL list and the current default expiry time.
    
    	The RESET option currently resets the maximum user count
    	to the number of users currently present on the network.
    
    	The MEMORY option displays information on the memory
    	usage of Services. Using this option can freeze Services for
    	a short period of time on large networks; don't overuse it!
    
    	The UPLINK option displays information about the current
    	server Anope uses as an uplink to the network.
    
    	The ALL displays the user and uptime statistics, and
    	everything you'd see with MEMORY and UPLINK options.
    
    	UPTIME may be used as a synonym for STATS.
    
    
  • OPER
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ OPER ADD nick
     
    	Syntax: OPER ADD nick
    	        OPER DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
    	        OPER LIST [mask | list]
    	        OPER CLEAR
    
    	Allows the Services Root Admins to add or remove nicknames
    	to or from the Services operator list.  A user whose nickname
    	is on the Services operator list and who has identified to
    	OperServ will be able to access Services operator commands.
    
    	The OPER ADD command adds the given nickname to the
    	Services operator list.
    
    	The OPER DEL command removes the given nick from the
    	Services operator list.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
    	those entries are deleted.  (See the example for LIST below.)
    
    	The OPER LIST command displays the Services operator list.
    	If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the
    	mask are displayed.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
    	only those entries are shown; for example:
    
    	   OPER LIST 2-5,7-9
    	      Lists Services operator entries numbered 2 through
    	      5 and 7 through 9.
    
    	The OPER CLEAR command clears all entries of the
    	Services operator list.
    
    	Any IRC operator may use the OPER LIST form of the command.
    
    
  • ADMIN
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ ADMIN ADD nick
     
    	Syntax: ADMIN ADD nick
    	        ADMIN DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
    	        ADMIN LIST [mask | list]
    	        ADMIN CLEAR
    
    	Allows the Services root to add or remove nicknames
    	to or from the Services admin list.  A user whose nickname
    	is on the Services admin list and who has identified to
    	OperServ will be able to access Services admin commands.
    
    	The ADMIN ADD command adds the given nickname to the
    	Services admin list.
    
    	The ADMIN DEL command removes the given nick from the
    	Services admin list.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
    	those entries are deleted.  (See the example for LIST below.)
    
    	The ADMIN LIST command displays the Services admin list.
    	If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the
    	mask are displayed.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
    	only those entries are shown; for example:
    
    	   ADMIN LIST 2-5,7-9
    	      Lists Services admin entries numbered 2 through
    	      5 and 7 through 9.
    
    	The ADMIN CLEAR command clears all entries of the
    	Services admin list.
    
    	Any IRC operator may use the ADMIN LIST form of the command.
    	All other use limited to Services root.
    
    
  • IGNORE
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ IGNORE {ADD|DEL|LIST|CLEAR} [time] [nick | mask]
     
    	Syntax: IGNORE {ADD|DEL|LIST|CLEAR} [time] [nick | mask]
    
    	Allows Services Admins to make Services ignore a nick or mask
    	for a certain time or until the next restart. The default
    	time format is seconds. You can specify it by using units.
    	Valid units are: s for seconds, m for minutes,
    	h for hours and d for days.
    	Combinations of these units are not permitted.
    	To make Services permanently ignore the	user, type 0 as time.
    	When adding a mask, it should be in the format user@host
    	or nick!user@host, everything else will be considered a nick.
    	Wildcards are permitted.
    
    	Ignores will not be enforced on IRC Operators.
    
    
  • MODE
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ MODE channel modes
     
    	Syntax: MODE channel modes
    
    	Allows Services operators to set channel modes for any
    	channel.  Parameters are the same as for the standard /MODE
    	command.
    
    
  • UMODE
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ UMODE user modes
     
    	Syntax: UMODE user modes
    
    	Allows Super Admins to set user modes for any user.
    	Parameters are the same as for the standard /MODE
    	command.
    
    
  • OLINE
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ OLINE user flags
     
    	Syntax: OLINE user flags
    
    	Allows Super Admins to give Operflags to any user.
    	Flags have to be prefixed with a "+" or a "-". To
    	remove all flags simply type a "-" instead of any flags.
    
    
  • CLEARMODES
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ CLEARMODES channel [ALL]
     
    	Syntax: CLEARMODES channel [ALL]
    
    	Clears all binary modes (i,k,l,m,n,p,s,t) and bans from a
    	channel.  If ALL is given, also clears all ops and
    	voices (+o and +v modes) from the channel.
    
    
  • KICK
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ KICK channel user reason
     
    	Syntax: KICK channel user reason
    
    	Allows staff to kick a user from any channel.
    	Parameters are the same as for the standard /KICK
    	command.  The kick message will have the nickname of the
    	IRCop sending the KICK command prepended; for example:
    
    	*** SpamMan has been kicked off channel #my_channel by OperServ (Alcan (Flood))
    
    
  • AKILL
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ AKILL ADD [+expiry] mask reason
     
    	Syntax: AKILL ADD [+expiry] mask reason
    	        AKILL DEL {mask | entry-num | list}
    	        AKILL LIST [mask | list]
    	        AKILL VIEW [mask | list]
    	        AKILL CLEAR
    
    	Allows Services operators to manipulate the AKILL list.  If
    	a user matching an AKILL mask attempts to connect, Services
    	will issue a KILL for that user and, on supported server
    	types, will instruct all servers to add a ban (K-line) for
    	the mask which the user matched.
    
    	AKILL ADD adds the given user@host/ip mask to the AKILL
    	list for the given reason (which must be given).
    	expiry is specified as an integer followed by one of d
    	(days), h (hours), or m (minutes).  Combinations (such as
    	1h30m) are not permitted.  If a unit specifier is not
    	included, the default is days (so +30 by itself means 30
    	days).  To add an AKILL which does not expire, use +0.  If the
    	usermask to be added starts with a +, an expiry time must
    	be given, even if it is the same as the default.  The
    	current AKILL default expiry time can be found with the
    	STATS AKILL command.
    
    	The AKILL DEL command removes the given mask from the
    	AKILL list if it is present.  If a list of entry numbers is
    	given, those entries are deleted.  (See the example for LIST
    	below.)
    
    	The AKILL LIST command displays the AKILL list.
    	If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the
    	mask are displayed.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
    	only those entries are shown; for example:
    
    	   AKILL LIST 2-5,7-9
    	      Lists AKILL entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7
    	      through 9.
    
    	AKILL VIEW is a more verbose version of AKILL LIST, and
    	will show who added an AKILL, the date it was added, and when
    	it expires, as well as the user@host/ip mask and reason.
    
    	AKILL CLEAR clears all entries of the AKILL list.
    
    
  • SGLINE
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ SGLINE ADD [+expiry] mask:reason
     
    	Syntax: SGLINE ADD [+expiry] mask:reason
    	    SGLINE DEL {mask | entry-num | list}
    	        SGLINE LIST [mask | list]
    	        SGLINE VIEW [mask | list]
    	        SGLINE CLEAR
    
    	Allows Services operators to manipulate the SGLINE list.  If
    	a user with a realname matching an SGLINE mask attempts to
    	connect, Services will not allow it to pursue his IRC
    	session.
    
    	SGLINE ADD adds the given realname mask to the SGLINE
    	list for the given reason (which must be given).
    	expiry is specified as an integer followed by one of d
    	(days), h (hours), or m (minutes).  Combinations (such as
    	1h30m) are not permitted.  If a unit specifier is not
    	included, the default is days (so +30 by itself means 30
    	days).  To add an SGLINE which does not expire, use +0.  If the
    	realname mask to be added starts with a +, an expiry time must
    	be given, even if it is the same as the default.  The
    	current SGLINE default expiry time can be found with the
    	STATS AKILL command.
    	Note: because the realname mask may contain spaces, the
    	separator between it and the reason is a colon.
    
    	The SGLINE DEL command removes the given mask from the
    	SGLINE list if it is present.  If a list of entry numbers is
    	given, those entries are deleted.  (See the example for LIST
    	below.)
    
    	The SGLINE LIST command displays the SGLINE list.
    	If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the
    	mask are displayed.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
    	only those entries are shown; for example:
    
    	   SGLINE LIST 2-5,7-9
    	      Lists SGLINE entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7
    	      through 9.
    
    	SGLINE VIEW is a more verbose version of SGLINE LIST, and
    	will show who added an SGLINE, the date it was added, and when
    	it expires, as well as the realname mask and reason.
    
    	SGLINE CLEAR clears all entries of the SGLINE list.
    
    
  • SQLINE
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ SQLINE ADD [+expiry] mask reason
     
    	Syntax: SQLINE ADD [+expiry] mask reason
    	        SQLINE DEL {mask | entry-num | list}
    	        SQLINE LIST [mask | list]
    	        SQLINE VIEW [mask | list]
    	        SQLINE CLEAR
    
    	Allows Services operators to manipulate the SQLINE list.  If
    	a user with a nick matching an SQLINE mask attempts to
    	connect, Services will not allow it to pursue his IRC
    	session.
    
    	If the first character of the mask is #, services will
    	prevent the use of matching channels (on IRCds that
    	support it).
    
    	SQLINE ADD adds the given mask to the SQLINE
    	list for the given reason (which must be given).
    	expiry is specified as an integer followed by one of d
    	(days), h (hours), or m (minutes).  Combinations (such as
    	1h30m) are not permitted.  If a unit specifier is not
    	included, the default is days (so +30 by itself means 30
    	days).  To add an SQLINE which does not expire, use +0.
    	If the mask to be added starts with a +, an expiry time
    	must be given, even if it is the same as the default. The
    	current SQLINE default expiry time can be found with the
    	STATS AKILL command.
    
    	The SQLINE DEL command removes the given mask from the
    	SQLINE list if it is present.  If a list of entry numbers is
    	given, those entries are deleted.  (See the example for LIST
    	below.)
    
    	The SQLINE LIST command displays the SQLINE list.
    	If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the
    	mask are displayed.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
    	only those entries are shown; for example:
    
    	   SQLINE LIST 2-5,7-9
    	      Lists SQLINE entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7
    	      through 9.
    
    	SQLINE VIEW is a more verbose version of SQLINE LIST, and
    	will show who added an SQLINE, the date it was added, and when
    	it expires, as well as the mask and reason.
    
    	SQLINE CLEAR clears all entries of the SQLINE list.
    
    
  • SZLINE
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ SZLINE ADD [+expiry] mask reason
     
    	Syntax: SZLINE ADD [+expiry] mask reason
    	        SZLINE DEL {mask | entry-num | list}
    	        SZLINE LIST [mask | list]
    	        SZLINE VIEW [mask | list]
    	        SZLINE CLEAR
    
    	Allows Services operators to manipulate the SZLINE list.  If
    	a user with an IP matching an SZLINE mask attempts to
    	connect, Services will not allow it to pursue his IRC
    	session (and this, whether the IP has a PTR RR or not).
    
    	SZLINE ADD adds the given IP mask to the SZLINE
    	list for the given reason (which must be given).
    	expiry is specified as an integer followed by one of d
    	(days), h (hours), or m (minutes).  Combinations (such as
    	1h30m) are not permitted.  If a unit specifier is not
    	included, the default is days (so +30 by itself means 30
    	days).  To add an SZLINE which does not expire, use +0.  If the
    	realname mask to be added starts with a +, an expiry time must
    	be given, even if it is the same as the default.  The
    	current SZLINE default expiry time can be found with the
    	STATS AKILL command.
    
    	The SZLINE DEL command removes the given mask from the
    	SZLINE list if it is present.  If a list of entry numbers is
    	given, those entries are deleted.  (See the example for LIST
    	below.)
    
    	The SZLINE LIST command displays the SZLINE list.
    	If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the
    	mask are displayed.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
    	only those entries are shown; for example:
    
    	   SZLINE LIST 2-5,7-9
    	      Lists SZLINE entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7
    	      through 9.
    
    	SZLINE VIEW is a more verbose version of SZLINE LIST, and
    	will show who added an SZLINE, the date it was added, and when
    	it expires, as well as the IP mask and reason.
    
    	SZLINE CLEAR clears all entries of the SZLINE list.
    
    
  • SET
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ SET option setting
     
    	Syntax: SET option setting
    
    	Sets various global Services options.  Option names
    	currently defined are:
    	    READONLY   Set read-only or read-write mode
    	    LOGCHAN    Report log messages to a channel
    	    DEBUG      Activate or deactivate debug mode
    	    NOEXPIRE   Activate or deactivate no expire mode
    	    SUPERADMIN Activate or deactivate super-admin mode
    	    SQL        Activate or deactivate sql mode
    	    IGNORE     Activate or deactivate ignore mode
    	    LIST       List the options
    
    
  • SET READONLY
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ SET READONLY {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET READONLY {ON | OFF}
    
    	Sets read-only mode on or off.  In read-only mode, normal
    	users will not be allowed to modify any Services data,
    	including channel and nickname access lists, etc.  IRCops
    	with sufficient Services privileges will be able to modify
    	Services' AKILL list and drop or forbid nicknames and
    	channels, but any such changes will not be saved unless
    	read-only mode is deactivated before Services is terminated
    	or restarted.
    
    	This option is equivalent to the command-line option
    	-readonly.
    
    
  • SET LOGCHAN
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ SET LOGCHAN {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET LOGCHAN {ON | OFF}
    
    	With this setting on, Services will send its logs to a specified
    	channel as well as the log file. LogChannel must also be defined
    	in the Services configuration file for this setting to be of any
    	use.
    
    	This option is equivalent to the command-line option -logchan.
    
    	Note: This can have strong security implications if your log
    	channel is not properly secured.
    
    
  • SET DEBUG
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ SET DEBUG {ON | OFF | num}
     
    	Syntax: SET DEBUG {ON | OFF | num}
    
    	Sets debug mode on or off.  In debug mode, all data sent to
    	and from Services as well as a number of other debugging
    	messages are written to the log file.  If num is
    	given, debug mode is activated, with the debugging level set
    	to num.
    
    	This option is equivalent to the command-line option
    	-debug.
    
    
  • SET LIST
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ SET LIST
     
    	Syntax: SET LIST
    
    	Display the various OperServ settings
    
    
  • SET NOEXPIRE
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ SET NOEXPIRE {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET NOEXPIRE {ON | OFF}
    
    	Sets no expire mode on or off.  In no expire mode, nicks,
    	channels, akills and exceptions won't expire until the
    	option is unset.
    
    	This option is equivalent to the command-line option
    	-noexpire.
    
    
  • SET SQL
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ SET SQL {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET SQL {ON | OFF}
    
    	Setting this will toggle Anope's usage of SQL, this should
    	be used to disable and enable SQL should your SQL server go down
    	while services are running.
    
    
  • SET SUPERADMIN
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ SET SUPERADMIN {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET SUPERADMIN {ON | OFF}
    
    	Setting this will grant you extra privileges such as the
    	ability to be "founder" on all channel's etc...
    
    	This option is not persistent, and should only be used when
    	needed, and set back to OFF when no longer needed.
    
    
  • NOOP
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ NOOP SET server
     
    	Syntax: NOOP SET server
    	        NOOP REVOKE server
    
    	NOOP SET remove all O:lines of the given
    	server and kill all IRCops currently on it to
    	prevent them from rehashing the server (because this
    	would just cancel the effect).
    
    	NOOP REVOKE makes all removed O:lines available again
    	on the given server.
    
    	Note: The server is not checked at all by the
    	Services.
    
    
  • JUPE
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ JUPE server [reason]
     
    	Syntax: JUPE server [reason]
    
    	Tells Services to jupiter a server -- that is, to create
    	a fake "server" connected to Services which prevents
    	the real server of that name from connecting.  The jupe
    	may be removed using a standard SQUIT.  If a reason is
    	given, it is placed in the server information field;
    	otherwise, the server information field will contain the
    	text "Juped by ", showing the nickname of the
    	person who jupitered the server.
    
    
  • RAW
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ RAW text
     
    	Syntax: RAW text
    
    	Sends a string of text directly to the server to which
    	Services is connected.  This command has a very limited
    	range of uses, and can wreak havoc on a network if used
    	improperly.  DO NOT USE THIS COMMAND unless you are
    	absolutely certain you know what you are doing!
    
    
  • UPDATE
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ UPDATE
     
    	Syntax: UPDATE
    
    	Causes Services to update all database files as soon as you
    	send the command.
    
    
  • RELOAD
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ RELOAD
     
    	Syntax: RELOAD
    
    	Causes Services to reload the configuration file. Note that
    	some directives still need the restart of the Services to
    	take effect (such as Services' nicknames, activation of the
    	session limitation, etc.)
    
    
  • QUIT
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ QUIT
     
    	Syntax: QUIT
    
    	Causes Services to do an immediate shutdown; databases are
    	not saved.  This command should not be used unless
    	damage to the in-memory copies of the databases is feared
    	and they should not be saved.  For normal shutdowns, use the
    	SHUTDOWN command.
    
    
  • SHUTDOWN
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ SHUTDOWN
     
    	Syntax: SHUTDOWN
    
    	Causes Services to save all databases and then shut down.
    
    
  • RESTART
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ RESTART
     
    	Syntax: RESTART
    
    	Causes Services to save all databases and then restart
    	(i.e. exit and immediately re-run the executable).
    
    
  • CHANLIST
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ CHANLIST [{pattern | nick} [SECRET]]
     
    	Syntax: CHANLIST [{pattern | nick} [SECRET]]
    
    	Lists all channels currently in use on the IRC network, whether they
    	are registered or not.
    
    	If pattern is given, lists only channels that match it. If a nickname
    	is given, lists only the channels the user using it is on. If SECRET is
    	specified, lists only channels matching pattern that have the +s or
    	+p mode.
    
    
  • USERLIST
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ USERLIST [{pattern | channel} [INVISIBLE]]
     
    	Syntax: USERLIST [{pattern | channel} [INVISIBLE]]
    
    	Lists all users currently online on the IRC network, whether their
    	nick is registered or not.
    
    	If pattern is given, lists only users that match it (it must be in
    	the format nick!user@host). If channel is given, lists only users
    	that are on the given channel. If INVISIBLE is specified, only users
    	with the +i flag will be listed.
    
    
  • EXCEPTION
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ EXCEPTION ADD [+expiry] mask limit reason
     
    	Syntax: EXCEPTION ADD [+expiry] mask limit reason
    	        EXCEPTION DEL {mask | list}
    	        EXCEPTION MOVE num position
    	        EXCEPTION LIST [mask | list]
    	        EXCEPTION VIEW [mask | list]
    
    	Allows Services admins to manipulate the list of hosts that
    	have specific session limits - allowing certain machines,
    	such as shell servers, to carry more than the default number
    	of clients at a time. Once a host reaches it's session limit,
    	all clients attempting to connect from that host will be
    	killed. Before the user is killed, they are notified, via a
    	/NOTICE from OperServ, of a source of help regarding session
    	limiting. The content of this notice is a config setting.
    
    	EXCEPTION ADD adds the given host mask to the exception list.
    	Note that nick!user@host and user@host masks are invalid!
    	Only real host masks, such as box.host.dom and *.host.dom,
    	are allowed because sessions limiting does not take nick or
    	user names into account. limit must be a number greater than
    	or equal to zero. This determines how many sessions this host
    	may carry at a time. A value of zero means the host has an
    	unlimited session limit. See the AKILL help for details about
    	the format of the optional expiry parameter.
    	EXCEPTION DEL removes the given mask from the exception list.
    	EXCEPTION MOVE moves exception num to position. The
    	exceptions inbetween will be shifted up or down to fill the gap.
    	EXCEPTION LIST and EXCEPTION VIEW show all current
    	exceptions; if the optional mask is given, the list is limited
    	to those exceptions matching the mask. The difference is that
    	EXCEPTION VIEW is more verbose, displaying the name of the
    	person who added the exception, it's session limit, reason,
    	host mask and the expiry date and time.
    
    	Note that a connecting client will "use" the first exception
    	their host matches. Large exception lists and widely matching
    	exception masks are likely to degrade services' performance.
    
    
  • SESSION
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ SESSION LIST threshold
     
    	Syntax: SESSION LIST threshold
    	        SESSION VIEW host
    
    	Allows Services admins to view the session list.
    
    	SESSION LIST lists hosts with at least threshold sessions.
    	The threshold must be a number greater than 1. This is to
    	prevent accidental listing of the large number of single
    	session hosts.
    	SESSION VIEW displays detailed information about a specific
    	host - including the current session count and session limit.
    	The host value may not include wildcards.
    
    	See the EXCEPTION help for more information about session
    	limiting and how to set session limits specific to certain
    	hosts and groups thereof.
    
    
  • CHANKILL
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ CHANKILL [+expiry] channel reason
     
    	Syntax: CHANKILL [+expiry] channel reason
    
    	Puts an AKILL for every nick on the specified channel. It
    	uses the entire and complete real ident@host for every nick,
    	then enforces the AKILL.
    
    
    
  • DEFCON
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ DEFCON [1|2|3|4|5]
     
    	Syntax: DEFCON [1|2|3|4|5]
    
    	The defcon system can be used to implement a pre-defined
    	set of restrictions to services useful during an attempted
    	attack on the network.
    
    
  • DEFCON AKILL NEW CLIENTS
    	* AKILL any new clients connecting
    
  • DEFCON FORCE CHAN MODES
    	* Force Chan Modes (OperServ) to be set on all channels
    
  • DEFCON NO MLOCK CHANGE
    	* No MLOCK changes
    
  • DEFCON NO NEW CHANNELS
    	* No new channel registrations
    
  • DEFCON NO NEW CLIENTS
    	* Kill any NEW clients connecting
    
  • DEFCON NO NEW MEMOS
    	* No new memos sent
    
  • DEFCON NO NEW NICKS
    	* No new nick registrations
    
  • DEFCON ONLY
    	* Ignore any non-opers with message
    
  • DEFCON REDUCE SESSION
    	* Use the reduced session limit of %d
    
  • DEFCON SILENT ONLY
    	* Silently ignore non-opers
    
  • LOGGED
    	Notice: All commands sent to OperServ are logged!
    
    
  • MODINFO
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ MODINFO FileName
     
    	Syntax: MODINFO FileName
    
    	This command lists information about the specified loaded module
    
    
  • MODLIST
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ MODLIST [Core|3rd|protocol|encryption|supported|qatested]
     
    	Syntax: MODLIST [Core|3rd|protocol|encryption|supported|qatested]
    
    	Lists all currently loaded modules.
    
    
    
  • MODLOAD
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ MODLOAD FileName
     
    	Syntax: MODLOAD FileName
    
    	This command loads the module named FileName from the modules
    	directory.
    
    
  • MODUNLOAD
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ MODUNLOAD FileName
     
    	Syntax: MODUNLOAD FileName
    
    	This command unloads the module named FileName from the modules
    	directory.
    
    
  • SVSNICK
    	Syntax: /msg OperServ SVSNICK nick newnick
     
    	Syntax: SVSNICK nick newnick
    
    	Forcefully changes a user's nickname from nick to newnick.
    	Limited to Super Admins.
  • HELP
    	ChanServ allows you to register and control various
    	aspects of channels.  ChanServ can often prevent
    	malicious users from "taking over" channels by limiting
    	who is allowed channel operator privileges.  Available
    	commands are listed below; to use them, type
    	/msg ChanServ command.  For more information on a
    	specific command, type /msg ChanServ HELP command.
    
    
    
  • EXPIRES
    	Note that any channel which is not used for %d days
    	(i.e. which no user on the channel's access list enters
    	for that period of time) will be automatically dropped.
    
    
  • REGISTER
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ REGISTER channel password description
     
    	Syntax: REGISTER channel password description
    
    	Registers a channel in the ChanServ database.  In order
    	to use this command, you must first be a channel operator
    	on the channel you're trying to register.  The password
    	is used with the IDENTIFY command to allow others to
    	make changes to the channel settings at a later time.
    	The last parameter, which must be included, is a
    	general description of the channel's purpose.
    
    	When you register a channel, you are recorded as the
    	"founder" of the channel.  The channel founder is allowed
    	to change all of the channel settings for the channel;
    	ChanServ will also automatically give the founder
    	channel-operator privileges when s/he enters the channel.
    	See the ACCESS command (/msg ChanServ HELP ACCESS) for
    	information on giving a subset of these privileges to
    	other channel users.
    
    	NOTICE: In order to register a channel, you must have
    	first registered your nickname.  If you haven't,
    	/msg ChanServ HELP for information on how to do so.
    
    
  • IDENTIFY
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ IDENTIFY channel password
     
    	Syntax: IDENTIFY channel password
    
    	Authenticates you to ChanServ as the founder of the given
    	channel.  Many commands require you to use this command
    	before using them.  The password should be the same one
    	you sent with the REGISTER command.
    
    
  • LOGOUT
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ LOGOUT channel nickname
     
    	Syntax: LOGOUT channel nickname
    
    	This command will log the selected nickname out meaning they
    	would have to reidentify themselves to regain their access.
    
    	If you are the founder of the channel, you can log out anybody,
    	else you can only log out yourself.
    
    
  • DROP
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ DROP channel
     
    	Syntax: DROP channel
    
    	Unregisters the named channel.  Can only be used by
    	channel founder, who must use the IDENTIFY command first.
    
    
  • SET
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel option parameters
     
    	Syntax: SET channel option parameters
    
    	Allows the channel founder to set various channel options
    	and other information.
    
    	Available options:
    
    	    FOUNDER       Set the founder of a channel
    	    SUCCESSOR     Set the successor for a channel
    	    PASSWORD      Set the founder password
    	    DESC          Set the channel description
    	    URL           Associate a URL with the channel
    	    EMAIL         Associate an E-mail address with the channel
    	    ENTRYMSG      Set a message to be sent to users when they
    	                     enter the channel
    	    BANTYPE       Set how Services make bans on the channel
    	    MLOCK         Lock channel modes on or off
    	    KEEPTOPIC     Retain topic when channel is not in use
    	    OPNOTICE      Send a notice when OP/DEOP commands are used
    	    PEACE         Regulate the use of critical commands
    	    PRIVATE       Hide channel from LIST command
    	    RESTRICTED    Restrict access to the channel
    	    SECURE        Activate ChanServ security features
    	    SECUREOPS     Stricter control of chanop status
    	    SECUREFOUNDER Stricter control of channel founder status
    	    SIGNKICK      Sign kicks that are done with KICK command
    	    TOPICLOCK     Topic can only be changed with TOPIC
    	    XOP           Toggle the user privilege system
    
    	Type /msg ChanServ HELP SET option for more information on a
    	particular option.
    
    
  • SET FOUNDER
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel FOUNDER nick
     
    	Syntax: SET channel FOUNDER nick
    
    	Changes the founder of a channel.  The new nickname must
    	be a registered one.
    
    
  • SET SUCCESSOR
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel SUCCESSOR nick
     
    	Syntax: SET channel SUCCESSOR nick
    
    	Changes the successor of a channel.  If the founder's
    	nickname expires or is dropped while the channel is still
    	registered, the successor will become the new founder of the
    	channel.  However, if the successor already has too many
    	channels registered (%d), the channel will be dropped
    	instead, just as if no successor had been set.  The new
    	nickname must be a registered one.
    
    
  • SET PASSWORD
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel PASSWORD password
     
    	Syntax: SET channel PASSWORD password
    
    	Sets the password used to identify as the founder of the
    	channel.
    
    
  • SET DESC
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel DESC description
     
    	Syntax: SET channel DESC description
    
    	Sets the description for the channel, which shows up with
    	the LIST and INFO commands.
    
    
  • SET URL
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel URL [url]
     
    	Syntax: SET channel URL [url]
    
    	Associates the given URL with the channel.  This URL will
    	be displayed whenever someone requests information on the
    	channel with the INFO command.  If no parameter is given,
    	deletes any current URL for the channel.
    
    
  • SET EMAIL
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel EMAIL [address]
     
    	Syntax: SET channel EMAIL [address]
    
    	Associates the given E-mail address with the channel.
    	This address will be displayed whenever someone requests
    	information on the channel with the INFO command.  If no
    	parameter is given, deletes any current E-mail address for
    	the channel.
    
    
  • SET ENTRYMSG
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel ENTRYMSG [message]
     
    	Syntax: SET channel ENTRYMSG [message]
    
    	Sets the message which will be sent via /notice to users
    	when they enter the channel.  If no parameter is given,
    	causes no message to be sent upon entering the channel.
    
    
  • SET BANTYPE
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel BANTYPE bantype
     
    	Syntax: SET channel BANTYPE bantype
    
    	Sets the ban type that will be used by services whenever
    	they need to ban someone from your channel.
    
    	bantype is a number between 0 and 3 that means:
    
    	0: ban in the form *!user@host
    	1: ban in the form *!*user@host
    	2: ban in the form *!*@host
    	3: ban in the form *!*user@*.domain
    
    
  • SET KEEPTOPIC
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel KEEPTOPIC {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET channel KEEPTOPIC {ON | OFF}
    
    	Enables or disables the topic retention option for a
    	channel.  When topic retention is set, the topic for the
    	channel will be remembered by ChanServ even after the
    	last user leaves the channel, and will be restored the
    	next time the channel is created.
    
    
  • SET TOPICLOCK
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel TOPICLOCK {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET channel TOPICLOCK {ON | OFF}
    
    	Enables or disables the topic lock option for a channel.
    	When topic lock is set, ChanServ will not allow the
    	channel topic to be changed except via the TOPIC
    	command.
    
    
  • SET MLOCK
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel MLOCK modes
     
    	Syntax: SET channel MLOCK modes
    
    	Sets the mode-lock parameter for the channel. ChanServ
    	allows you to define certain channel modes to be always
    	on, off or free to be either on or off.
    
    	The modes parameter is constructed exactly the same way
    	as a /MODE command; that is, modes followed by a + are
    	locked on, and modes followed by a - are locked off. Note,
    	however, that unlike the /MODE command, each use of
    	SET MLOCK will remove all modes previously locked before
    	setting the new!
    
    	Warning:  If you set a mode-locked key, as in the second
    	example below, you should also set the RESTRICTED option for
    	the channel (see HELP SET RESTRICTED), or anyone entering
    	the channel when it is empty will be able to see the key!
    
    	Examples:
    
    	    SET #channel MLOCK +nt-iklps
    	        Forces modes n and t on, and modes i, k, l, p, and
    	        s off.  Mode m is left free to be either on or off.
    
    	    SET #channel MLOCK +knst-ilmp my-key
    	        Forces modes k, n, s, and t on, and modes i, l, m,
    	        and p off.  Also forces the channel key to be
    	        "my-key".
    
    	    SET #channel MLOCK +
    	        Removes the mode lock; all channel modes are free
    	        to be either on or off.
    
    
  • SET PEACE
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel PEACE {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET channel PEACE {ON | OFF}
    
    	Enables or disables the peace option for a channel.
    	When peace is set, a user won't be able to kick,
    	ban or remove a channel status of a user that has
    	a level superior or equal to his via ChanServ commands.
    
    
  • SET PRIVATE
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel PRIVATE {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET channel PRIVATE {ON | OFF}
    
    	Enables or disables the private option for a channel.
    	When private is set, a /msg ChanServ LIST will not
    	include the channel in any lists.
    
    
  • SET RESTRICTED
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel RESTRICTED {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET channel RESTRICTED {ON | OFF}
    
    	Enables or disables the restricted access option for a
    	channel.  When restricted access is set, users not on
    	the access list will instead be kicked and banned from the channel.
    
    
  • SET SECURE
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel SECURE {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET channel SECURE {ON | OFF}
    
    	Enables or disables ChanServ's security features for a
    	channel.  When SECURE is set, only users who have
    	registered their nicknames with ChanServ and IDENTIFY'd
    	with their password will be given access to the channel
    	as controlled by the access list.
    
    
  • SET SECUREOPS
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel SECUREOPS {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET channel SECUREOPS {ON | OFF}
    
    	Enables or disables the secure ops option for a channel.
    	When secure ops is set, users who are not on the userlist
    	will not be allowed chanop status.
    
    
  • SET SECUREFOUNDER
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel SECUREFOUNDER {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET channel SECUREFOUNDER {ON | OFF}
    
    	Enables or disables the secure founder option for a channel.
    	When secure founder is set, only the real founder will be
    	able to drop the channel, change its password, its founder and its
    	successor, and not those who are IDENTIFY'd with ChanServ.
    
    
  • SET SIGNKICK
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel SIGNKICK {ON | LEVEL | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET channel SIGNKICK {ON | LEVEL | OFF}
    
    	Enables or disables signed kicks for a
    	channel.  When SIGNKICK is set, kicks issued with
    	ChanServ KICK command will have the nick that used the
    	command in their reason.
    
    	If you use LEVEL, those who have a level that is superior
    	or equal to the SIGNKICK level on the channel won't have their
    	kicks signed. See /msg ChanServ HELP LEVELS for more information.
    
    
  • SET XOP
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel XOP {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET channel XOP {ON | OFF}
    
    	Enables or disables the xOP lists system for a channel.
    	When XOP is set, you have to use the AOP/SOP/VOP
    	commands in order to give channel privileges to
    	users, else you have to use the ACCESS command.
    
    	Technical Note: when you switch from access list to xOP
    	lists system, your level definitions and user levels will be
    	changed, so you won't find the same values if you
    	switch back to access system!
    
    	You should also check that your users are in the good xOP
    	list after the switch from access to xOP lists, because the
    	guess is not always perfect... in fact, it is not recommended
    	to use the xOP lists if you changed level definitions with
    	the LEVELS command.
    
    	Switching from xOP lists system to access list system
    	causes no problem though.
    
    
  • SET OPNOTICE
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel OPNOTICE {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET channel OPNOTICE {ON | OFF}
    
    	Enables or disables the op-notice option for a channel.
    	When op-notice is set, ChanServ will send a notice to the
    	channel whenever the OP or DEOP commands are used for a user
    	in the channel.
    
    
  • AOP
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ AOP channel ADD nick
     
    	Syntax: AOP channel ADD nick
    	        AOP channel DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
    	        AOP channel LIST [mask | list]
    	        AOP channel CLEAR
    
    	Maintains the AOP (AutoOP) list for a channel. The AOP
    	list gives users the right to be auto-opped on your channel,
    	to unban or invite themselves if needed, to have their
    	greet message showed on join, and so on.
    
    	The AOP ADD command adds the given nickname to the
    	AOP list.
    
    	The AOP DEL command removes the given nick from the
    	AOP list.  If a list of entry numbers is given, those
    	entries are deleted.  (See the example for LIST below.)
    
    	The AOP LIST command displays the AOP list.  If
    	a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the
    	mask are displayed.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
    	only those entries are shown; for example:
    
    	   AOP #channel LIST 2-5,7-9
    	      Lists AOP entries numbered 2 through 5 and
    	      7 through 9.
    
    	The AOP CLEAR command clears all entries of the
    	AOP list.
    
    	The AOP ADD and AOP DEL commands are limited to
    	SOPs or above, while the AOP CLEAR command can only
    	be used by the channel founder. However, any user on the
    	AOP list may use the AOP LIST command.
    
    	This command may have been disabled for your channel, and
    	in that case you need to use the access list. See
    	/msg ChanServ HELP ACCESS for information about the access list,
    	and /msg ChanServ HELP SET XOP to know how to toggle between
    	the access list and xOP list systems.
    
    
  • HOP
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ HOP channel ADD nick
     
    	Syntax: HOP channel ADD nick
    	        HOP channel DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
    	        HOP channel LIST [mask | list]
    	        HOP channel CLEAR
    
    	Maintains the HOP (HalfOP) list for a channel. The HOP
    	list gives users the right to be auto-halfopped on your
    	channel.
    
    	The HOP ADD command adds the given nickname to the
    	HOP list.
    
    	The HOP DEL command removes the given nick from the
    	HOP list.  If a list of entry numbers is given, those
    	entries are deleted.  (See the example for LIST below.)
    
    	The HOP LIST command displays the HOP list.  If
    	a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the
    	mask are displayed.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
    	only those entries are shown; for example:
    
    	   HOP #channel LIST 2-5,7-9
    	      Lists HOP entries numbered 2 through 5 and
    	      7 through 9.
    
    	The HOP CLEAR command clears all entries of the
    	HOP list.
    
    	The HOP ADD, HOP DEL and HOP LIST commands are
    	limited to AOPs or above, while the HOP CLEAR command
    	can only be used by the channel founder.
    
    	This command may have been disabled for your channel, and
    	in that case you need to use the access list. See
    	/msg ChanServ HELP ACCESS for information about the access list,
    	and /msg ChanServ HELP SET XOP to know how to toggle between
    	the access list and xOP list systems.
    
    
  • SOP
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SOP channel ADD nick
     
    	Syntax: SOP channel ADD nick
    	        SOP channel DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
    	        SOP channel LIST [mask | list]
    	        SOP channel CLEAR
    
    	Maintains the SOP (SuperOP) list for a channel. The SOP
    	list gives users all rights given by the AOP list, and adds
    	those needed to use the AutoKick and the BadWords lists,
    	to send and read channel memos, and so on.
    
    	The SOP ADD command adds the given nickname to the
    	SOP list.
    
    	The SOP DEL command removes the given nick from the
    	SOP list.  If a list of entry numbers is given, those
    	entries are deleted.  (See the example for LIST below.)
    
    	The SOP LIST command displays the SOP list.  If
    	a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the
    	mask are displayed.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
    	only those entries are shown; for example:
    
    	   SOP #channel LIST 2-5,7-9
    	      Lists AOP entries numbered 2 through 5 and
    	      7 through 9.
    
    	The SOP CLEAR command clears all entries of the
    	SOP list.
    
    	The SOP ADD, SOP DEL and SOP CLEAR commands are
    	limited to the channel founder. However, any user on the
    	AOP list may use the SOP LIST command.
    
    	This command may have been disabled for your channel, and
    	in that case you need to use the access list. See
    	/msg ChanServ HELP ACCESS for information about the access list,
    	and /msg ChanServ HELP SET XOP to know how to toggle between
    	the access list and xOP list systems.
    
    
  • VOP
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ VOP channel ADD nick
     
    	Syntax: VOP channel ADD nick
    	        VOP channel DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
    	        VOP channel LIST [mask | list]
    	        VOP channel CLEAR
    
    	Maintains the VOP (VOicePeople) list for a channel.
    	The VOP list allows users to be auto-voiced and to voice
    	themselves if they aren't.
    
    	The VOP ADD command adds the given nickname to the
    	VOP list.
    
    	The VOP DEL command removes the given nick from the
    	VOP list.  If a list of entry numbers is given, those
    	entries are deleted.  (See the example for LIST below.)
    
    	The VOP LIST command displays the VOP list.  If
    	a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the
    	mask are displayed.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
    	only those entries are shown; for example:
    
    	   VOP #channel LIST 2-5,7-9
    	      Lists VOP entries numbered 2 through 5 and
    	      7 through 9.
    
    	The VOP CLEAR command clears all entries of the
    	VOP list.
    
    	The VOP ADD, VOP DEL and VOP LIST commands are
    	limited to AOPs or above, while the VOP CLEAR command
    	can only be used by the channel founder.
    
    	This command may have been disabled for your channel, and
    	in that case you need to use the access list. See
    	/msg ChanServ HELP ACCESS for information about the access list,
    	and /msg ChanServ HELP SET XOP to know how to toggle between
    	the access list and xOP list systems.
    
    
  • ACCESS
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ ACCESS channel ADD nick level
     
    	Syntax: ACCESS channel ADD nick level
    	        ACCESS channel DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
    	        ACCESS channel LIST [mask | list]
    	        ACCESS channel CLEAR
    
    	Maintains the access list for a channel.  The access
    	list specifies which users are allowed chanop status or
    	access to ChanServ commands on the channel.  Different
    	user levels allow for access to different subsets of
    	privileges; /msg ChanServ HELP ACCESS LEVELS for more
    	specific information.  Any nick not on the access list has
    	a user level of 0.
    
    	The ACCESS ADD command adds the given nickname to the
    	access list with the given user level; if the nick is
    	already present on the list, its access level is changed to
    	the level specified in the command.  The level specified
    	must be less than that of the user giving the command, and
    	if the nick is already on the access list, the current
    	access level of that nick must be less than the access level
    	of the user giving the command.
    
    	The ACCESS DEL command removes the given nick from the
    	access list.  If a list of entry numbers is given, those
    	entries are deleted.  (See the example for LIST below.)
    
    	The ACCESS LIST command displays the access list.  If
    	a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the
    	mask are displayed.  If a list of entry numbers is given,
    	only those entries are shown; for example:
    
    	   ACCESS #channel LIST 2-5,7-9
    	      Lists access entries numbered 2 through 5 and
    	      7 through 9.
    
    	The ACCESS CLEAR command clears all entries of the
    	access list.
    
    
  • ACCESS LEVELS
    	User access levels
    
    	By default, the following access levels are defined:
    
    	   Founder   Full access to ChanServ functions; automatic
    	                     opping upon entering channel.  Note
    	                     that only one person may have founder
    	                     status (it cannot be given using the
    	                     ACCESS command).
    	        10   Access to AKICK command; automatic opping.
    	         5   Automatic opping.
    	         3   Automatic voicing.
    	         0   No special privileges; can be opped by other
    	                     ops (unless secure-ops is set).
    	        <0   May not be opped.
    
    	These levels may be changed, or new ones added, using the
    	LEVELS command; type /msg ChanServ HELP LEVELS for
    	information.
    
    
  • AKICK
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ AKICK channel ADD {nick | mask} [reason]
     
    	Syntax: AKICK channel ADD {nick | mask} [reason]
    	        AKICK channel STICK mask
    	        AKICK channel UNSTICK mask
    	        AKICK channel DEL {nick | mask | entry-num | list}
    	        AKICK channel LIST [mask | entry-num | list]
    	        AKICK channel VIEW [mask | entry-num | list]
    	        AKICK channel ENFORCE
    	        AKICK channel CLEAR
    
    	Maintains the AutoKick list for a channel.  If a user
    	on the AutoKick list attempts to join the channel,
    	ChanServ will ban that user from the channel, then kick
    	the user.
    
    	The AKICK ADD command adds the given nick or usermask
    	to the AutoKick list.  If a reason is given with
    	the command, that reason will be used when the user is
    	kicked; if not, the default reason is "You have been
    	banned from the channel".
    	When akicking a registered nick the nickserv account
    	will be added to the akick list instead of the mask.
    	All users within that nickgroup will then be akicked.
    
    	The AKICK STICK command permanently bans the given mask
    	on the channel. If someone tries to remove the ban, ChanServ
    	will automatically set it again. You can't use it for
    	registered nicks.
    
    	The AKICK UNSTICK command cancels the effect of the
    	AKICK STICK command, so you'll be able to unset the
    	ban again on the channel.
    
    	The AKICK DEL command removes the given nick or mask
    	from the AutoKick list.  It does not, however, remove any
    	bans placed by an AutoKick; those must be removed
    	manually.
    
    	The AKICK LIST command displays the AutoKick list, or
    	optionally only those AutoKick entries which match the
    	given mask.
    
    	The AKICK VIEW command is a more verbose version of
    	AKICK LIST command.
    
    	The AKICK ENFORCE command causes ChanServ to enforce the
    	current AKICK list by removing those users who match an
    	AKICK mask.
    
    	The AKICK CLEAR command clears all entries of the
    	akick list.
    
    
  • LEVELS
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ LEVELS channel SET type level
     
    	Syntax: LEVELS channel SET type level
    	        LEVELS channel {DIS | DISABLE} type
    	        LEVELS channel LIST
    	        LEVELS channel RESET
    
    	The LEVELS command allows fine control over the meaning of
    	the numeric access levels used for channels.  With this
    	command, you can define the access level required for most
    	of ChanServ's functions.  (The SET FOUNDER and SET PASSWORD
    	commands, as well as this command, are always restricted to
    	the channel founder.)
    
    	LEVELS SET allows the access level for a function or group of
    	functions to be changed.  LEVELS DISABLE (or DIS for short)
    	disables an automatic feature or disallows access to a
    	function by anyone other than the channel founder.
    	LEVELS LIST shows the current levels for each function or
    	group of functions.  LEVELS RESET resets the levels to the
    	default levels of a newly-created channel (see
    	HELP ACCESS LEVELS).
    
    	For a list of the features and functions whose levels can be
    	set, see HELP LEVELS DESC.
    
    
  • INFO
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ INFO channel [ALL]
     
    	Syntax: INFO channel [ALL]
    
    	Lists information about the named registered channel,
    	including its founder, time of registration, last time
    	used, description, and mode lock, if any. If ALL is
    	specified, the entry message and successor will also
    	be displayed.
    
    	By default, the ALL option is limited to those with
    	founder access on the channel.
    
    
  • LIST
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ LIST pattern
     
    	Syntax: LIST pattern
    
    	Lists all registered channels matching the given pattern.
    	(Channels with the PRIVATE option set are not listed.)
    	Note that a preceding '#' specifies a range, channel names
    	are to be written without '#'.
    
    
  • OP
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ OP [#channel [nick]]
     
    	Syntax: OP [#channel [nick]]
    
    	Ops a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given,
    	it will op you. If channel and nick are not given,
    	it will op you on all channels you're on, provided you
    	have the rights to.
    
    	By default, limited to AOPs or those with level 5 access
    	and above on the channel.
    
    
  • DEOP
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ DEOP [#channel [nick]]
     
    	Syntax: DEOP [#channel [nick]]
    
    	Deops a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given,
    	it will deop you. If channel and nick are not given,
    	it will deop you on all channels you're on, provided you
    	have the rights to.
    
    	By default, limited to AOPs or those with level 5 access
    	and above on the channel.
    
    
  • VOICE
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ VOICE [#channel [nick]]
     
    	Syntax: VOICE [#channel [nick]]
    
    	Voices a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given,
    	it will voice you. If channel and nick are not given,
    	it will voice you on all channels you're on, provided you
    	have the rights to.
    
    	By default, limited to AOPs or those with level 5 access
    	and above on the channel, or to VOPs or those with level 3
    	and above for self voicing.
    
    
  • DEVOICE
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ DEVOICE [#channel [nick]]
     
    	Syntax: DEVOICE [#channel [nick]]
    
    	Devoices a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given,
    	it will devoice you. If channel and nick are not given,
    	it will devoice you on all channels you're on, provided you
    	have the rights to.
    
    	By default, limited to AOPs or those with level 5 access
    	and above on the channel, or to VOPs or those with level 3
    	and above for self devoicing.
    
    
  • HALFOP
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ HALFOP [#channel [nick]]
     
    	Syntax: HALFOP [#channel [nick]]
    
    	Halfops a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given,
    	it will halfop you. If channel and nick are not given,
    	it will halfop you on all channels you're on, provided you
    	have the rights to.
    
    	By default, limited to AOPs and those with level 5 access
    	and above on the channel, or to HOPs or those with level 4
    	and above for self halfopping.
    
    
  • DEHALFOP
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ DEHALFOP [#channel [nick]]
     
    	Syntax: DEHALFOP [#channel [nick]]
    
    	Dehalfops a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given,
    	it will dehalfop you. If channel and nick are not given,
    	it will dehalfop you on all channels you're on, provided you
    	have the rights to.
    
    	By default, limited to AOPs and those with level 5 access
    	and above on the channel, or to HOPs or those with level 4
    	and above for self dehalfopping.
    
    
  • PROTECT
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ PROTECT [#channel [nick]]
     
    	Syntax: PROTECT [#channel [nick]]
    
    	Protects a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given,
    	it will protect you. If channel and nick are not given,
    	it will protect you on all channels you're on, provided you
    	have the rights to.
    
    	By default, limited to the founder, or to SOPs or those with
    	level 10 and above on the channel for self protecting.
    
    
  • DEPROTECT
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ DEPROTECT [#channel [nick]]
     
    	Syntax: DEPROTECT [#channel [nick]]
    
    	Deprotects a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given,
    	it will deprotect you. If channel and nick are not given,
    	it will deprotect you on all channels you're on, provided you
    	have the rights to.
    
    	By default, limited to the founder, or to SOPs or those with
    	level 10 and above on the channel for self deprotecting.
    
    
  • OWNER
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ OWNER [#channel]
     
    	Syntax: OWNER [#channel]
    
    	Gives you owner status on channel. If channel is not
    	given, it will give you owner status on all channels you're
    	on, provided you have the rights to.
    
    	Limited to those with founder access on the channel.
    
    
  • DEOWNER
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ DEOWNER [#channel]
     
    	Syntax: DEOWNER [#channel]
    
    	Removes your owner status on channel. If channel is
    	not given, it will remove your owner status on all channels
    	you're on, provided you have the rights to.
    
    	Limited to those with founder access on the channel.
    
    
  • INVITE
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ INVITE channel
     
    	Syntax: INVITE channel
    
    	Tells ChanServ to invite you into the given channel.
    
    	By default, limited to AOPs or those with level 5 and above
    	on the channel.
    
    
  • UNBAN
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ UNBAN channel
     
    	Syntax: UNBAN channel
    
    	Tells ChanServ to remove all bans preventing you from
    	entering the given channel.
    
    	By default, limited to AOPs or those with level 5 and above
    	on the channel.
    
    
  • KICK
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ KICK [#channel [nick [reason]]]
     
    	Syntax: KICK [#channel [nick [reason]]]
    
    	Kicks a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given,
    	it will kick you. If channel and nick are not given,
    	it will kick you on all channels you're on, provided you
    	have the rights to.
    
    	By default, limited to AOPs or those with level 5 access
    	and above on the channel.
    
    
  • BAN
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ BAN [#channel [nick [reason]]]
     
    	Syntax: BAN [#channel [nick [reason]]]
    
    	Bans a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given,
    	it will ban you. If channel and nick are not given,
    	it will ban you on all channels you're on, provided you
    	have the rights to.
    
    	By default, limited to AOPs or those with level 5 access
    	and above on the channel.
    
    
  • TOPIC
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ TOPIC channel [topic]
     
    	Syntax: TOPIC channel [topic]
    
    	Causes ChanServ to set the channel topic to the one
    	specified. If topic is not given, then an empty topic
    	is set. This command is most useful in conjunction
    	with SET TOPICLOCK. See /msg ChanServ HELP SET TOPICLOCK
    	for more information.
    
    	By default, limited to those with founder access on the
    	channel.
    
    
  • CLEAR
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ CLEAR channel what
     
    	Syntax: CLEAR channel what
    
    	Tells ChanServ to clear certain settings on a channel.  what
    	can be any of the following:
    
    	     MODES    Resets all modes on the channel (i.e. clears
    	                  modes i,k,l,m,n,p,s,t).
    	     BANS     Clears all bans on the channel.
    	     EXCEPTS  Clears all excepts on the channel.
    	     INVITES  Clears all invites on the channel.
    	     OPS      Removes channel-operator status (mode +o) from
    	                  all channel operators.
    	     HOPS     Removes channel-halfoperator status (mode +h) from
    	                  all channel halfoperators, if supported.
    	     VOICES   Removes "voice" status (mode +v) from anyone
    	                  with that mode set.
    	     USERS    Removes (kicks) all users from the channel.
    
    	By default, limited to those with founder access on the
    	channel.
    
    
  • GETKEY
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ GETKEY channel
     
    	Syntax: GETKEY channel
    
    	Returns the key of the given channel. This is a command
    	mainly intended to be used by bots and/or scripts, so
    	the output is in the following way:
    
    	KEY  
    
    	key is "NO KEY" if no key is set.
    
    
  • SENDPASS
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SENDPASS channel
     
    	Syntax: SENDPASS channel
    
    	Send the password of the given channel to the e-mail address
    	set in the founder's nickname record. This command is really
    	useful to deal with lost passwords.
    
    	May be limited to IRC operators on certain networks.
    
    	This command is unavailable when encryption is enabled.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN HELP
    	Services admins can also drop any channel without needing
    	to identify via password, and may view the access, AKICK,
    	and level setting lists for any channel.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN LOGOUT
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ LOGOUT channel [nickname]
     
    	Syntax: LOGOUT channel [nickname]
    
    	This command will log the selected nickname out meaning they
    	would have to reidentify themselves to regain their access.
    
    	If you are the founder of the channel, you can log out anybody,
    	else you can only log out yourself.
    
    	If you are a Services admin, you can log out
    	anybody of any channel without having to be the founder
    	of the channel. Also, you can omit the nickname parameter;
    	this will log out all identified users from the channel.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN DROP
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ DROP channel
     
    	Syntax: DROP channel
    
    	Unregisters the named channel.  Only Services admins
    	can drop a channel for which they have not identified.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN SET
    	Services admins can also set the option NOEXPIRE, with
    	which channels can be prevented from expiring.
    	Additionally, Services admins can set options for any
    	channel without identifying by password for the channel.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN SET NOEXPIRE
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SET channel NOEXPIRE {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET channel NOEXPIRE {ON | OFF}
    
    	Sets whether the given channel will expire.  Setting this
    	to ON prevents the channel from expiring.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN INFO
    	Services admins can use the ALL parameter with any channel.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN LIST
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ LIST pattern [FORBIDDEN] [SUSPENDED] [NOEXPIRE]
     
    	Syntax: LIST pattern [FORBIDDEN] [SUSPENDED] [NOEXPIRE]
    
    	Lists all registered channels matching the given pattern.
    	Channels with the PRIVATE option set will only be displayed
    	to Services admins. Channels with the NOEXPIRE option set
    	will have a ! appended to the channel name for Services admins.
    
    	If the FORBIDDEN, SUSPENDED or NOEXPIRE options are given, only
    	channels which, respectively, are FORBIDden, SUSPENDed or have
    	the NOEXPIRE flag set will be displayed.  If multiple options are
    	given, more types of channels will be displayed. These options are
    	limited to Services admins.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN GETPASS
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ GETPASS channel
     
    	Syntax: GETPASS channel
    
    	Returns the password for the given channel.  Note that
    	whenever this command is used, a message including the
    	person who issued the command and the channel it was used
    	on will be logged and sent out as a WALLOPS/GLOBOPS.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN FORBID
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ FORBID channel [reason]
     
    	Syntax: FORBID channel [reason]
    
    	Disallows anyone from registering or using the given
    	channel.  May be cancelled by dropping the channel.
    
    	Reason may be required on certain networks.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN SUSPEND
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ SUSPEND channel [reason]
     
    	Syntax: SUSPEND channel [reason]
    
    	Disallows anyone from registering or using the given
    	channel.  May be cancelled by using the UNSUSPEND
    	command to preserve all previous channel data/settings.
    
    	Reason may be required on certain networks.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN UNSUSPEND
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ UNSUSPEND channel
     
    	Syntax: UNSUSPEND channel
    
    	Releases a suspended channel. All data and settings
    	are preserved from before the suspension.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN STATUS
    	Syntax: /msg ChanServ STATUS channel nickname
     
    	Syntax: STATUS channel nickname
    
    	Returns the current access level of the given nick on the
    	given channel.  The reply is of the form:
    
    	    STATUS channel nickname access-level
    
    	If an error occurs, the reply will be in the form:
    
    	    STATUS ERROR error-message
  • HELP
    	NickServ allows you to "register" a nickname and
    	prevent others from using it. The following
    	commands allow for registration and maintenance of
    	nicknames; to use them, type /msg NickServ command.
    	For more information on a specific command, type
    	/msg NickServ HELP command.
    
    
  • REGISTER
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ REGISTER password [email]
     
    	Syntax: REGISTER password [email]
    
    	Registers your nickname in the NickServ database.  Once
    	your nick is registered, you can use the SET and ACCESS
    	commands to configure your nick's settings as you like
    	them.  Make sure you remember the password you use when
    	registering - you'll need it to make changes to your nick
    	later.  (Note that case matters!  ANOPE, Anope, and
    	anope are all different passwords!)
    
    	Guidelines on choosing passwords:
    
    	Passwords should not be easily guessable.  For example,
    	using your real name as a password is a bad idea.  Using
    	your nickname as a password is a much worse idea ;) and,
    	in fact, NickServ will not allow it.  Also, short
    	passwords are vulnerable to trial-and-error searches, so
    	you should choose a password at least 5 characters long.
    	Finally, the space character cannot be used in passwords.
    
    	The parameter email is optional and will set the email
    	for your nick immediately. However, it may be required
    	on certain networks.
    	Your privacy is respected; this e-mail won't be given to
    	any third-party person.
    
    	This command also creates a new group for your nickname,
    	that will allow you to register other nicks later sharing
    	the same configuration, the same set of memos and the
    	same channel privileges. For more information on this
    	feature, type /msg NickServ HELP GROUP.
    
    
  • GROUP
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ GROUP target password
     
    	Syntax: GROUP target password
    
    	This command makes your nickname join the target nickname's
    	group. password is the password of the target nickname.
    
    	Joining a group will allow you to share your configuration,
    	memos, and channel privileges with all the nicknames in the
    	group, and much more!
    
    	A group exists as long as it is useful. This means that even
    	if a nick of the group is dropped, you won't lose the
    	shared things described above, as long as there is at
    	least one nick remaining in the group.
    
    	You can use this command even if you have not registered
    	your nick yet. If your nick is already registered, you'll
    	need to identify yourself before using this command. Type
    	/msg NickServ HELP IDENTIFY for more information. This
    	last may be not possible on your IRC network.
    
    	It is recommended to use this command with a non-registered
    	nick because it will be registered automatically when
    	using this command. You may use it with a registered nick (to
    	change your group) only if your network administrators allowed
    	it.
    
    	You can only be in one group at a time. Group merging is
    	not possible.
    
    	Note: all the nicknames of a group have the same password.
    
    
  • IDENTIFY
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ IDENTIFY password
     
    	Syntax: IDENTIFY password
    
    	Tells NickServ that you are really the owner of this
    	nick.  Many commands require you to authenticate yourself
    	with this command before you use them.  The password
    	should be the same one you sent with the REGISTER
    	command.
    
    
  • LOGOUT
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ LOGOUT
     
    	Syntax: LOGOUT
    
    	This reverses the effect of the IDENTIFY command, i.e.
    	make you not recognized as the real owner of the nick
    	anymore. Note, however, that you won't be asked to reidentify
    	yourself.
    
    
  • DROP
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ DROP [nickname]
     
    	Syntax: DROP [nickname]
    
    	Drops your nickname from the NickServ database.  A nick
    	that has been dropped is free for anyone to re-register.
    
    	You may drop a nick within your group by passing it
    	as the nick parameter.
    
    	In order to use this command, you must first identify
    	with your password (/msg NickServ HELP IDENTIFY for more
    	information).
    
    
  • ACCESS
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ ACCESS ADD mask
     
    	Syntax: ACCESS ADD mask
    	        ACCESS DEL mask
    	        ACCESS LIST
    
    	Modifies or displays the access list for your nick.  This
    	is the list of addresses which will be automatically
    	recognized by NickServ as allowed to use the nick.  If
    	you want to use the nick from a different address, you
    	need to send an IDENTIFY command to make NickServ
    	recognize you.
    
    	Examples:
    
    	    ACCESS ADD anyone@*.bepeg.com
    	        Allows access to user anyone from any machine in
    	        the bepeg.com domain.
    
    	    ACCESS DEL anyone@*.bepeg.com
    	        Reverses the previous command.
    
    	    ACCESS LIST
    	        Displays the current access list.
    
    
  • SET
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SET option parameters
     
    	Syntax: SET option parameters
    
    	Sets various nickname options.  option can be one of:
    
    	    DISPLAY    Set the display of your group in Services
    	    PASSWORD   Set your nickname password
    	    LANGUAGE   Set the language Services will use when
    	                   sending messages to you
    	    URL        Associate a URL with your nickname
    	    EMAIL      Associate an E-mail address with your nickname
    	    ICQ        Associate an ICQ number with your nickname
    	    GREET      Associate a greet message with your nickname
    	    KILL       Turn protection on or off
    	    SECURE     Turn nickname security on or off
    	    PRIVATE    Prevent your nickname from appearing in a
    	                   /msg NickServ LIST
    	    HIDE       Hide certain pieces of nickname information
    	    MSG        Change the communication method of Services
    	    AUTOOP     Should services op you automatically.
    
    	In order to use this command, you must first identify
    	with your password (/msg NickServ HELP IDENTIFY for more
    	information).
    
    	Type /msg NickServ HELP SET option for more information
    	on a specific option.
    
    
  • SET DISPLAY
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SET DISPLAY new-display
     
    	Syntax: SET DISPLAY new-display
    
    	Changes the display used to refer to your nickname group in
    	Services. The new display MUST be a nick of your group.
    
    
  • SET PASSWORD
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SET PASSWORD new-password
     
    	Syntax: SET PASSWORD new-password
    
    	Changes the password used to identify you as the nick's
    	owner.
    
    
  • SET LANGUAGE
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SET LANGUAGE number
     
    	Syntax: SET LANGUAGE number
    
    	Changes the language Services uses when sending messages to
    	you (for example, when responding to a command you send).
    	number should be chosen from the following list of
    	supported languages:
    
    
    
  • SET URL
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SET URL url
     
    	Syntax: SET URL url
    
    	Associates the given URL with your nickname.  This URL
    	will be displayed whenever someone requests information
    	on your nick with the INFO command.
    
    
  • SET EMAIL
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SET EMAIL address
     
    	Syntax: SET EMAIL address
    
    	Associates the given E-mail address with your nickname.
    	This address will be displayed whenever someone requests
    	information on the nickname with the INFO command.
    
    
  • SET HIDE
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SET HIDE {EMAIL | STATUS | USERMASK | QUIT} {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET HIDE {EMAIL | STATUS | USERMASK | QUIT} {ON | OFF}
    
    	Allows you to prevent certain pieces of information from
    	being displayed when someone does a NickServ INFO on your
    	nick.  You can hide your E-mail address (EMAIL), last seen
    	user@host mask (USERMASK), your services access status
    	(STATUS) and  last quit message (QUIT).
    	The second parameter specifies whether the information should
    	be displayed (OFF) or hidden (ON).
    
    
  • SET ICQ
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SET ICQ number
     
    	Syntax: SET ICQ number
    
    	Associates the given ICQ number with your nickname.  This
    	number will be displayed whenever someone requests
    	information on your nick with the INFO command.
    
    
  • SET GREET
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SET GREET message
     
    	Syntax: SET GREET message
    
    	Makes the given message the greet of your nickname, that
    	will be displayed when joining a channel that has GREET
    	option enabled, provided that you have the necessary
    	access on it.
    
    
  • SET KILL
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SET KILL {ON | QUICK | IMMED | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET KILL {ON | QUICK | IMMED | OFF}
    
    	Turns the automatic protection option for your nick
    	on or off.  With protection on, if another user
    	tries to take your nick, they will be given one minute to
    	change to another nick, after which NickServ will forcibly change
    	their nick.
    
    	If you select QUICK, the user will be given only 20 seconds
    	to change nicks instead of the usual 60.  If you select
    	IMMED, user's nick will be changed immediately without being
    	warned first or given a chance to change their nick; please
    	do not use this option unless necessary.  Also, your
    	network's administrators may have disabled this option.
    
    
  • SET SECURE
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SET SECURE {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET SECURE {ON | OFF}
    
    	Turns NickServ's security features on or off for your
    	nick.  With SECURE set, you must enter your password
    	before you will be recognized as the owner of the nick,
    	regardless of whether your address is on the access
    	list.  However, if you are on the access list, NickServ
    	will not auto-kill you regardless of the setting of the
    	KILL option.
    
    
  • SET PRIVATE
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SET PRIVATE {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET PRIVATE {ON | OFF}
    
    	Turns NickServ's privacy option on or off for your nick.
    	With PRIVATE set, your nickname will not appear in
    	nickname lists generated with NickServ's LIST command.
    	(However, anyone who knows your nickname can still get
    	information on it using the INFO command.)
    
    
  • UPDATE
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ UPDATE
     
    	Syntax: UPDATE
    
    	Updates your current status, i.e. it checks for new memos,
    	sets needed chanmodes (ModeonID) and updates your vhost and
    	your userflags (lastseentime, etc).
    
    
  • SET HIDE
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SET HIDE {EMAIL | STATUS | USERMASK | QUIT} {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET HIDE {EMAIL | STATUS | USERMASK | QUIT} {ON | OFF}
    
    	Allows you to prevent certain pieces of information from
    	being displayed when someone does a NickServ INFO on your
    	nick.  You can hide your E-mail address (EMAIL), last seen
    	user@host mask (USERMASK), your services access status
    	(STATUS) and  last quit message (QUIT).
    	The second parameter specifies whether the information should
    	be displayed (OFF) or hidden (ON).
    
    
  • SET MSG
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SET MSG {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SET MSG {ON | OFF}
    
    	Allows you to choose the way Services are communicating with
    	you. With MSG set, Services will use messages, else they'll
    	use notices.
    
    
  • RECOVER
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ RECOVER nickname [password]
     
    	Syntax: RECOVER nickname [password]
    
    	Allows you to recover your nickname if someone else has
    	taken it; this does the same thing that NickServ does
    	automatically if someone tries to use a kill-protected
    	nick.
    
    	When you give this command, NickServ will bring a fake
    	user online with the same nickname as the user you're
    	trying to recover your nick from.  This causes the IRC
    	servers to disconnect the other user.  This fake user will
    	remain online for NickServ to ensure that the other
    	user does not immediately reconnect; after that time, you
    	can reclaim your nick.  Alternatively, use the RELEASE
    	command (/msg NickServ HELP RELEASE) to get the nick
    	back sooner.
    
    	In order to use the RECOVER command for a nick, your
    	current address as shown in /WHOIS must be on that nick's
    	access list, you must be identified and in the group of
    	that nick, or you must supply the correct password for
    	the nickname.
    
    
  • RELEASE
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ RELEASE nickname [password]
     
    	Syntax: RELEASE nickname [password]
    
    	Instructs NickServ to remove any hold on your nickname
    	caused by automatic kill protection or use of the RECOVER
    	command.  This holds lasts for NickServ;
    	this command gets rid of them sooner.
    
    	In order to use the RELEASE command for a nick, your
    	current address as shown in /WHOIS must be on that nick's
    	access list, you must be identified and in the group of
    	that nick, or you must supply the correct password for
    	the nickname.
    
    
  • GHOST
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ GHOST nickname [password]
     
    	Syntax: GHOST nickname [password]
    
    	Terminates a "ghost" IRC session using your nick.  A
    	"ghost" session is one which is not actually connected,
    	but which the IRC server believes is still online for one
    	reason or another.  Typically, this happens if your
    	computer crashes or your Internet or modem connection
    	goes down while you're on IRC.
    
    	In order to use the GHOST command for a nick, your
    	current address as shown in /WHOIS must be on that nick's
    	access list, you must be identified and in the group of
    	that nick, or you must supply the correct password for
    	the nickname.
    
    
  • INFO
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ INFO nickname [ALL]
     
    	Syntax: INFO nickname [ALL]
    
    	Displays information about the given nickname, such as
    	the nick's owner, last seen address and time, and nick
    	options. If you are identified for the nick you're
    	getting information for and ALL is specified, you will
    	be shown all the information; regardless of whether
    	it's hidden or not.
    
    
  • LIST
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ LIST pattern
     
    	Syntax: LIST pattern
    
    	Lists all registered nicknames which match the given
    	pattern, in nick!user@host format.  Nicks with the
    	PRIVATE option set will not be displayed.
    	Note that a pattern preceding with a '#' specifies a range.
    
    	Examples:
    
    	    LIST *!joeuser@foo.com
    	        Lists all nicks owned by joeuser@foo.com.
    
    	    LIST *Bot*!*@*
    	        Lists all registered nicks with Bot in their
    	        names (case insensitive).
    
    	    LIST *!*@*.bar.org
    	        Lists all nicks owned by users in the bar.org
    	        domain.
    
    	    LIST #50-100
    	        Lists nicks numbers 50-100
    
    
  • ALIST
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ ALIST [level]
     
    	Syntax: ALIST [level]
    
    	Lists all channels you have access on. Optionally, you can specify
    	a level in XOP or ACCESS format. The resulting list will only
    	include channels where you have the given level of access.
    
    	Examples:
    	    ALIST Founder
    	        Lists all channels where you have Founder
    	        access.
    
    	    ALIST AOP
    	        Lists all channels where you have AOP
    	        access or greater.
    
    	    ALIST 10
    	        Lists all channels where you have level 10
    	        access or greater.
    
    	Channels that have the NOEXPIRE option set will be
    	prefixed by an exclamation mark.
    
    
  • GLIST
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ GLIST
     
    	Syntax: GLIST
    
    	Lists all nicks in your group.
    
    
  • STATUS
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ STATUS nickname...
     
    	Syntax: STATUS nickname...
    
    	Returns whether the user using the given nickname is
    	recognized as the owner of the nickname.  The response has
    	this format:
    
    	    nickname status-code
    
    	where nickname is the nickname sent with the command, and
    	status-code is one of the following:
    
    	    0 - no such user online or nickname not registered
    	    1 - user not recognized as nickname's owner
    	    2 - user recognized as owner via access list only
    	    3 - user recognized as owner via password identification
    
    	Up to sixteen nicknames may be sent with each command; the
    	rest will be ignored. If no nickname is given, your status
    	will be returned.
    
    
  • SENDPASS
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SENDPASS nickname
     
    	Syntax: SENDPASS nickname
    
    	Send the password of the given nickname to the e-mail address
    	set in the nickname record. This command is really useful
    	to deal with lost passwords.
    
    	May be limited to IRC operators on certain networks.
    
    	This command is unavailable when encryption is enabled.
    
    
  • EXPIRES
    	Nicknames that are not used anymore are subject to
    	the automatic expiration, i.e. they will be deleted
    	after %d days if not used.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN HELP
    	Services admins can also drop any nickname without needing
    	to identify for the nick, and may view the access list for
    	any nickname (/msg NickServ ACCESS LIST nick).
    
    
  • SERVADMIN LOGOUT
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ LOGOUT [nickname [REVALIDATE]]
     
    	Syntax: LOGOUT [nickname [REVALIDATE]]
    
    	Without a parameter, reverses the effect of the IDENTIFY
    	command, i.e. make you not recognized as the real owner of the nick
    	anymore. Note, however, that you won't be asked to reidentify
    	yourself.
    
    	With a parameter, does the same for the given nick. If you
    	specify REVALIDATE as well, Services will ask the given nick
    	to re-identify. This use limited to Services admins.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN DROP
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ DROP [nickname]
     
    	Syntax: DROP [nickname]
    
    	Without a parameter, drops your nickname from the
    	NickServ database.
    
    	With a parameter, drops the named nick from the database.
    	You may drop any nick within your group without any
    	special privileges. Dropping any nick is limited to
    	Services admins.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN LIST
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ LIST pattern [FORBIDDEN] [SUSPENDED] [NOEXPIRE] [UNCONFIRMED]
     
    	Syntax: LIST pattern [FORBIDDEN] [SUSPENDED] [NOEXPIRE] [UNCONFIRMED]
    
    	Lists all registered nicknames which match the given
    	pattern, in nick!user@host format.  Nicks with the PRIVATE
    	option set will only be displayed to Services admins.  Nicks
    	with the NOEXPIRE option set will have a ! appended to
    	the nickname for Services admins.
    
    	If the FORBIDDEN, SUSPENDED, NOEXPIRE or UNCONFIRMED options are given, only
    	nicks which, respectively, are FORBIDDEN, SUSPENDED, UNCONFIRMED or have the
    	NOEXPIRE flag set will be displayed. If multiple options are
    	given, all nicks matching at least one option will be displayed.
    	These options are limited to Services admins.
    
    	Examples:
    
    	    LIST *!joeuser@foo.com
    	        Lists all registered nicks owned by joeuser@foo.com.
    
    	    LIST *Bot*!*@*
    	        Lists all registered nicks with Bot in their
    	        names (case insensitive).
    
    	    LIST * NOEXPIRE
    	        Lists all registered nicks which have been set to
    	        not expire.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN ALIST
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ ALIST [nickname] [level]
     
    	Syntax: ALIST [nickname] [level]
    
    	With no parameters, lists channels you have access on. With
    	one parameter, lists channels that nickname has access
    	on. With two parameters lists channels that nickname has
    	level access or greater on.
    
    	This use limited to Services admins.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN GLIST
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ GLIST [nickname]
     
    	Syntax: GLIST [nickname]
    
    	Without a parameter, lists all nicknames that are in
    	your group.
    
    	With a parameter, lists all nicknames that are in the
    	group of the given nick.
    	This use limited to Services admins.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN GETPASS
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ GETPASS nickname
     
    	Syntax: GETPASS nickname
    
    	Returns the password for the given nickname.  Note that
    	whenever this command is used, a message including the
    	person who issued the command and the nickname it was used
    	on will be logged and sent out as a WALLOPS/GLOBOPS.
    
    	This command is unavailable when encryption is enabled.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN FORBID
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ FORBID nickname [reason]
     
    	Syntax: FORBID nickname [reason]
    
    	Disallows a nickname from being registered or used by
    	anyone.  May be cancelled by dropping the nick.
    
    	On certain networks, reason is required.
    
    
  • SERVADMIN INFO
    	Services admins may use the ALL parameter with any nick.
    
    
  • SASET
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SASET nickname option parameters.
     
    	Syntax: SASET nickname option parameters.
    
    	Sets various nickname options.  option can be one of:
    
    	    DISPLAY    Set the display of the group in Services
    	    PASSWORD   Set the nickname password
    	    URL        Associate a URL with the nickname
    	    EMAIL      Associate an E-mail address with the nickname
    	    ICQ        Associate an ICQ number with the nickname
    	    GREET      Associate a greet message with the nickname
    	    KILL       Turn protection on or off
    	    SECURE     Turn nickname security on or off
    	    PRIVATE    Prevent the nickname from appearing in a
    	                   /msg NickServ LIST
    	    HIDE       Hide certain pieces of nickname information
    	    MSG        Change the communication method of Services
    	    NOEXPIRE   Prevent the nickname from expiring
    	    AUTOOP     Turn autoop on or off
    	    LANGUAGE   Set the language Services will use when
    	               sending messages to nickname
    
    	Type /msg NickServ HELP SASET option for more information
    	on a specific option. The options will be set on the given
    	nickname.
    
    
  • SASET DISPLAY
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SASET nickname DISPLAY new-display
     
    	Syntax: SASET nickname DISPLAY new-display
    
    	Changes the display used to refer to the nickname group in
    	Services. The new display MUST be a nick of the group.
    
    
  • SASET PASSWORD
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SASET nickname PASSWORD new-password
     
    	Syntax: SASET nickname PASSWORD new-password
    
    	Changes the password used to identify as the nick's	owner.
    
    
  • SASET URL
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SASET nickname URL url
     
    	Syntax: SASET nickname URL url
    
    	Associates the given URL with the nickname.  This URL
    	will be displayed whenever someone requests information
    	on the nick with the INFO command.
    
    
  • SASET EMAIL
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SASET nickname EMAIL address
     
    	Syntax: SASET nickname EMAIL address
    
    	Associates the given E-mail address with the nickname.
    
    
  • SASET ICQ
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SASET nickname ICQ number
     
    	Syntax: SASET nickname ICQ number
    
    	Associates the given ICQ number with the nickname.  This
    	number will be displayed whenever someone requests
    	information on the nick with the INFO command.
    
    
  • SASET GREET
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SASET nickname GREET message
     
    	Syntax: SASET nickname GREET message
    
    	Makes the given message the greet of the nickname, that
    	will be displayed when joining a channel that has GREET
    	option enabled, provided that the user has the necessary
    	access on it.
    
    
  • SASET KILL
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SASET nickname KILL {ON | QUICK | IMMED | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SASET nickname KILL {ON | QUICK | IMMED | OFF}
    
    	Turns the automatic protection option for the nick
    	on or off.  With protection on, if another user
    	tries to take the nick, they will be given one minute to
    	change to another nick, after which NickServ will forcibly change
    	their nick.
    
    	If you select QUICK, the user will be given only 20 seconds
    	to change nicks instead of the usual 60.  If you select
    	IMMED, user's nick will be changed immediately without being
    	warned first or given a chance to change their nick; please
    	do not use this option unless necessary.  Also, your
    	network's administrators may have disabled this option.
    
    
  • SASET SECURE
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SASET nickname SECURE {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SASET nickname SECURE {ON | OFF}
    
    	Turns NickServ's security features on or off for your
    	nick.  With SECURE set, you must enter your password
    	before you will be recognized as the owner of the nick,
    	regardless of whether your address is on the access
    	list.  However, if you are on the access list, NickServ
    	will not auto-kill you regardless of the setting of the
    	KILL option.
    
    
  • SASET PRIVATE
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SASET nickname PRIVATE {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SASET nickname PRIVATE {ON | OFF}
    
    	Turns NickServ's privacy option on or off for the nick.
    	With PRIVATE set, the nickname will not appear in
    	nickname lists generated with NickServ's LIST command.
    	(However, anyone who knows the nickname can still get
    	information on it using the INFO command.)
    
    
  • SASET HIDE
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SASET nickname HIDE {EMAIL | STATUS | USERMASK | QUIT} {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SASET nickname HIDE {EMAIL | STATUS | USERMASK | QUIT} {ON | OFF}
    
    	Allows you to prevent certain pieces of information from
    	being displayed when someone does a NickServ INFO on the
    	nick.  You can hide the E-mail address (EMAIL), last seen
    	user@host mask (USERMASK), the services access status
    	(STATUS) and  last quit message (QUIT).
    	The second parameter specifies whether the information should
    	be displayed (OFF) or hidden (ON).
    
    
  • SASET MSG
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SASET nickname MSG {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SASET nickname MSG {ON | OFF}
    
    	Allows you to choose the way Services are communicating with
    	the given user. With MSG set, Services will use messages,
    	else they'll use notices.
    
    
  • SASET NOEXPIRE
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SASET nickname NOEXPIRE {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SASET nickname NOEXPIRE {ON | OFF}
    
    	Sets whether the given nickname will expire.  Setting this
    	to ON prevents the nickname from expiring.
    
    
  • SASET AUTOOP
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SASET nickname AUTOOP {ON | OFF}
     
    	Syntax: SASET nickname AUTOOP {ON | OFF}
    
    	Sets whether the given nickname will be opped automatically.
    	Set to ON to allow ChanServ to op the given nickname
    	automatically when joining channels.
    
    
  • SASET LANGUAGE
    	Syntax: /msg NickServ SASET nickname LANGUAGE number
     
    	Syntax: SASET nickname LANGUAGE number
    
    	Changes the language Services uses when sending messages to
    	nickname (for example, when responding to a command he sends).
    	number should be chosen from a list of supported languages
    	that you can get by typing /msg NickServ HELP SET LANGUAGE.